Discussion in 'War Grave Photographs' started by Philip Reinders, Oct 29, 2009.
Visit it today, and go back next week:
You'll be surprised about the age of many of the soldiers there.
And the number of unknown, going for the graves, concerning Oosterbeek,Renkum, Arnhem and Betuwe
Unfortunately they are not really close together.
Have been back today, to check on some more graves:
Wonderfull pics, Philip, but they take ages to download.
sorry Levien, too much MB's
Never mind, they were nice.
Very interesting Philip, especially given what I am reading at the moment
yes they rest there
I've been to Ysselstein too, I believe this cemetery to be the second biggest cemetery outside of Germany.. You will note the Grey Crosses but I've also been to a placed called Bocholt just on the Dutch German border and the headstone's look nothing like that, they use both side for a start and are a lot smaller..
Separate names with a comma.