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Today, ‘Flower Children’ laid flowers at the grave stones of the British and allied personnel that lost their lives at the Battle of Arnhem. Flowers have been laid at the annual @CWGC  Oosterbeek Cemetery memorial service by Dutch children every year since 1945 #Arnhem75  @ukinnl 

#Arnhem75 Three young airborne soldiers contemplate the sacrifice of the Arnhem generation at the Oosterbeek Cemetery. A new generation, taking the same oath, and prepared to make the same sacrifice for us, if and when called. #WeWillRememberThem  @CWGC  #SundayThoughts  #BeTheBest 

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On Sunday, a commemorative service will be held at the @CWGC  Oosterbeek Cemetery to remember those that fought and died during Operation Market Garden#arnhem75 

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Defence Minister@JohnnyMercerMP  laid a wreath at a memorial service for the British and allied forces that fought and died during the Battle of Arnhem at the @CWGC  Oosterbeek Cemetery@ukinnl . This weekend marks the 75th anniversary of Operation Market Garden. #Arnhem75 

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#Arnhem75 It is often said that British Army is a family, no more so perhaps than the airborne brotherhood. Here, Falklands veteran, Mr Mark Hunt, stands and remembers his forebears at Oosterbeek Cemetery this morning, bound together by the experience of combat. #Remembrance 

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#Arnhem75 Veteran Simon Hardman-Mountford standing next to his fathers grave at Oosterbeek Cemetery. His father who parachuted in on the 17th September 1944, and was later taken as a Prisoner Of War and died in captivity. @CWGC  #SundayThoughts 

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@atticusfinch104 @fulmcg  I understood. The cemetery at Oosterbeek is moving in a different way to WWI. You see the waves arriving and dying

Dutch schoolchildren laid flowers on each of the graves at #Oosterbeek  War Cemetery today

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