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An overview of the monuments in Oldebroek and surroundings.

  Hattem
  Hattemerbroek
  Oldebroek
  Oosterwolde
  Wezep
 

Hattemerbroek

         

In Hattemerbroek on the road next to the garden centre Groenrijk, parallel to the A50, you can see this monument to the right, a few steps backwards.
On November 27, 1944, the Mosquito crashed on the site of the monument, it crashed against the then present railway embankment of
the former railway Hattem–Kampen. The plane was shot by artillery at the Hilsdijk.
P
ilots of the Mosquito were William Alexander Greenshields (27) and Edward Harry Norman (23), they came from a mission in Germany.
Both were burried in Zwolle on Kranenburg cemetery.

 

Hattem

                

This monument stands on the dyke from the Katerveerbridge  to the Zande.
If you go right to the sand unloading point, you see the monument stands against the dyke.
The persons who are mentioned here are executed by the Germens.

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Oldebroek



Monument on the cemetery Ekelenburg in Oldebroek with the 29 graves of the soldiers
who were killed in action in their planes in World War II.
Click here to go to the page with all the individual tombstones.   
Click here
to go to the pictures of the memorial on May 4, 2016.

Photo Dick Breedijk.

Monument on the ASK artillery-range in memory of the crash of the Halifax III LV774 on January 22, 1944.
Six crew members were killed in the crash and lie on the cemetery in Oldebroek. One of the crew members is captured.

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Wezep

      

The memorial monument at the Meidoorn Passage in Wezep.
Each year this monument is maintained by another school. The transfer is around April 17.
In 2014/2015 the monument
was maintained by the Goede Herder School.

On April 17, 2015
, the maintenance of the monument for the season 2015/2016 was transferred to the Klepperbelt from Wezep.

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Oosterwolde




Monuments at the cemetery in Oosterwolde with the seven and four graves of the soldiers
killed in action in their planes in the second World War.
Click here
to go to the page with all individual tombstones.
Click here
to go to the pictures of the memorial on May 4, 2015.
Click
here to go to the pictures placing the lights on Christmas Eve.
Click
here to get to my movie about the Lancaster above the cemetery in Terwolde (made on May 4, 2011).
 


Monument near the crashsite of the Lancaster in Oosterwolde (photo Dick Breedijk).
The crew is burried at the cemetery in Oosterwolde, see above.

 

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