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I am very interested in the airbourne involvement in this area and have read much about it. I was such a serene visit for me to see the graves of the men I have read about and admired for so long. Please visit respect the...More
Visited the cemetery after the museum which put names to the many faces viewed.
An immaculately maintained military cemetery honouring many of those who fell around the Arnhem area during Op Market Garden.
Well worth a visit to pay your respects
We were by ourselves most of the time during our visit here and it enhanced the serenity and the solemnity of this hallowed place. It is an honor to be there to remember the fallen. It is kept in immaculate condition and the use of...More
This was our second visit after some 30 years and whilst time has moved on this beautiful cemetery to the memory of those who gave of their lives is perfect and so well cared for. To walk amongst the graves stones and to read names...More
I have been and visited many a war cemetery and I’m still moved every time.
This is a somber yet beautiful garden of peace for our brave lads that never got chance to see home again. Well kept by the CWGC as usual.
Just a short walk from the Airborne Museum is a very well kept cemetery. as it should be this is a very peaceful place in a vewry good setting. A place for reflection and a reminder of those who gave their ALL.
This cemetery is just beyond the northern perimeter of the airborne enclave during operation market garden. In particular the number of Polish graves is sad since most of them fought hard to support those stranded on the East side of the river.