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German War Cemetery Ysselsteyn

German War Cemetery Ysselsteyn

In the German War Cemetery, Ysselsteyn has 31.598 graves, most are for soldiers who died during World War II.

There are also some graves from the first world war and some men, women, and children who died in Kamp Vught where collaborators and war criminals were held after Germany surrendered.

By Joris

My name is Joris Nieuwint and I will be your tour guide! Please allow me to introduce myself and tell you a little bit about what I've been doing over the past years. For the past 10 years I've been living in Veghel, and before that, I've lived in Arnhem for almost two decades. Living so close to the battlefields meant that Operation Market Garden always had my interest and I've been studying the battles for all those years. Sharing what I've learned over the years has been my passion and becoming a tour guide was one of my dreams. Keeping the sacrifices of these men alive by telling their stories and showing the locations where it happened is my greatest passion.

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