The benches have been donated to Oosterbeek. By veterans and by family of military who have fought here. That applies at least to the bench where a memorial plate for Leslie Jack Plummer was on
Pas sees the nomination for the Citizens' initiative 2017 as an encouragement; "This is a good starting point from which we want to continue talking with the commune about the other Market Garden monuments in this area."
Beautiful and warm commemoration at Christmas Eve
"I think it is very commemorative to our fallen soldiers even tough some lay in a small cemetery, they deserve as much attention as the larger ones with ten thousand crosses."
How many locations will be lit by candlelight this Christmas Eve? Are you joining?
The chestnut fell next to the Sherman tank, which did not get damaged, although you could wonder if it would be damaged by the tree
Meer market garden news (english)
The service started at 11:30, the same time as the service in Whitehall, London (video)
Café van Lin becomes thé place to be for American and English soldiers. Even the world famous Josephine Baker performed! (movie, subtitled)
In the ground they found a German Air Force Shield buried (a Flak) what proves, according to investigators, that the bridge was very important for the Germans even after the battle
The Market Garden app is a extensive app that is a must have if you don't want to miss anything
He was delighted to be a part of the liberation of The Netherlands. He thought that his battalion would wipe out the Germans in no time, but it turn out different
Glider Pilot veteran Frank Ashleigh is very excited about the fact he is flying a glider again in a few days
It was the 71th time to honor the more than 1700 soldiers who died during The Battle of Arnhem and who are buried at the Airborne Cemetery in Oosterbeek by hiking different distances (movie)
After the March in 2016, the five veterans came back with such incredibly enthusiastic stories. It made the London Taxi Charity For Military Veteran start organizing the trip for them who wanted to come
After 73 years they land again at the Landing Zone, almost like in 1944. This time they will not be welcomed by enemy fire, but by the local, free people who are still grateful to them