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Most of the soldiers buried here fell during the fighting on the Lower Rhine between February 8 and March 26, 1945.
It’s called the Canadian War Cemetery and we’d always assumed all of the burials were Canadian, but it’s not true.
Ad told us he’d read that the Cross of Sacrifice in the cemetery was positioned where it was so it could be clearly seen from Germany, a stone’s throw away from the border.
It’s likely true, as one prerequisite that Canadian Officers had in selecting land for the cemetery was to have a view of Germany.