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    city of Arnhem in April 1945, during the closing stages of the Second World War. It is also known as the Second Battle of Arnhem or the Liberation of Arnhem...
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    of Arnhem was a battle of the Second World War at the vanguard of the Allied Operation Market Garden. It was fought in and around the Dutch city of Arnhem...
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    Liberation Day Liberation of Arnhem Victory in Europe Day Marine memorial "Public to return to Remembrance Day, Liberation Day events this year". NL Times...
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    Arnhem (Liberation of Arnhem), Zwolle 15 April: Zutphen, Leeuwarden, Zoutkamp 16 April: Groningen (Battle of Groningen) 17 April: Otterlo (Battle of Otterlo)...
  • very bad, as would become apparent). It was not until the Allied Liberation of Arnhem on 14 April 1945 that the evacuees were theoretically allowed to...
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    Arnhem (Dutch: [ˈɑrnɛm] or [ˈɑr(ə)nɦɛm] ; German: Arnheim; Ernems: Èrnem) is a city and municipality situated in the eastern part of the Netherlands, near...
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    honour of the 50th anniversary of the liberation of Europe. It was one of the largest memorial concerts ever held in the Netherlands. Arnhem has three...
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    Wait for Me, Daddy (category Military history of Canada during World War II)
    Arnhem as part of Canadian Forces preparation for the Liberation of Arnhem in April 1945. Davis, Chuck (2010). "Wait For Me, Daddy". The History of Metropolitan...
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    1st Canadian Division (category Infantry divisions of Canada)
    the Western Allied invasion of Germany, the liberation of a majority of the Netherlands including the liberation of Arnhem, and the war in Europe came...
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    toward the liberation of Europe and final stage of the Second World War. The route started in 2008 as a Dutch regional initiative in the Arnhem-Nijmegen...
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    SBV Vitesse Arnhem (Stichting Betaald Voetbal Vitesse Arnhem, Eng: Professional Football Foundation Vitesse Arnhem), widely known as Vitesse (Dutch pronunciation:...
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    1st Independent Parachute Brigade at Arnhem, 10 miles (16 km) north of Nijmegen. The Allied infantry units at Arnhem were surrounded by German forces, and...
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    49th (West Riding) Infantry Division (category Infantry divisions of the British Army in World War I)
    north-eastwards towards Arnhem. The 49th Division's last major contribution to the Second World War was the liberation of Arnhem and the fierce battles...
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    Commission) in June 1945 and the dead were reburied there. Many of those killed during Arnhem's liberation were also buried at the same site. The cemetery was completed...
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    Sofia, Bulgaria. 17: Operation Market Garden, the attempted liberation of Arnhem and turning of the German flank begins. : British and commonwealth forces...
  • final weeks of the war in Europe, the First Canadian Army was charged with clearing the Netherlands of German forces. The Liberation of Arnhem began on 12...
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    battalion was in the Liberation of Arnhem in April 1945, shortly before Victory in Europe Day. Throughout the spring and summer of 1939, the Territorial...
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    through battles such as the Battle of the Scheldt and the Liberation of Arnhem. The liberation of the Randstad, one of the most densely populated areas...
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    Operation Market Garden (category History of Arnhem)
    hill areas, 300 feet (90 m) high, were some of the highest ground in the Netherlands: one northwest of Arnhem and one in the 82nd Airborne Division's zone...
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