Question about Canadian Soldiers during the Winter of 1944/45. Berg en Dal and more specific "Duivelsberg" or translated Devilsmountain. From german side they also called it Wylerberg. Berg en Dal is a small village South East of Nijmegen. On 17 September 1944 82nd Airborne landed here by Gliders and Parachutes for the operation Market Garden. On 19th September Lt Foley (508 PIR) recieved the task to attack Hill 75.9. After a fierce attack they took the hill and stayed there untill 23 September before the would be relieved. 82nd Airborne stayed in this area untill November 12 1944. On this day the Queens Own Rifles arrived from belgium and releived the Americans. This is the last date we could find about the Canadian presence in Berg en Dal (Nld) especialy "Duivelsberg". Here some traces on the Duivelsberg. The question now is, can anybody tell me which unit stayed on the Duivelsberg during the winter of 1944/45. I know there where many Canadians, after all the 1st Canadian Army was preparing the Operation Veritable. But our Area of Interest in this case is "Duivelsberg" or "Wylerberg" Another problem is also who was where and when. See the attached picture. You see some Trenches, you can find them al over the hill, but where they German, US, Canadian ? Best would be Wardiaries or other papers with coordinates on it. Period November 1944 - February 1945 Hope somebody can help us in this.