Mook War Cemetery

Mook War Cemetery

Groesbeekseweg, Mook, The Netherlands
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Mook War Cemetery

In the British Military Cemetery in Mook, 322 soldiers are buried. Many of those lying here were killed in the Betuwe region (September/October 1944), and in Germany (February 1945). Nationalities of those interred here: Great Britain (297), Poland (11), Canada (10), Australia (3), and New Zealand (1).

In the cemetery stands a 'Cross of Sacrifice', with a bronze sword, bearing the text: 'MOOK WAR CEMETERY 1939 - 1945'. The cross symbolises the soldiers who died in the Netherlands during the Second World War.

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Mook War Cemetery

In the British Military Cemetery in Mook, 322 soldiers are buried. Many of those lying here were killed in the Betuwe region (September/October 1944),...

Groesbeekseweg, Mook, The Netherlands

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