As Dutch we commemorate our war dead on May 4th and celibrate our liberation on May 5th. Although there have been some occasions where the liberation was commemorated together with the Germans, this year for the first time a town tried to include the graves of German soldiers in their commemoration of the war dead. Someone took offence to this and took legal action. To my (pleasant) surprise the judge agreed with him and forbade the town to include the Germans in the official commemoration. What do you think?