One can't get enough!
The celebrations, in relation to Market Garden and our liberators, give the "Eindhovens Dagblad"
(our newspaper from the area) still reasons to report.
Of course here and there exhibitions are held for those, interested in our liberation and WWII, as for example
in the small village of Asten. A young boy asked the exhibitor if the star for the Jews is a real one, says the article!
Further a nice photo of a soldier, guarding the Bailey-bridge: Don't you dare to come over. This is my area!
For today the last photo: a 92-old vet from the USA meets scouts.
The series of my "random choice" coverage slowly will be ended one of these days. In lieu of Market Garden my
hometown Helmond was liberated September 25. As mentioned: A ceremony will be held for those killed here.
The celebration however also is dedicated to those that were killed during Dutch actions in the former colony
Nederlands Indië and elsewhere. My thoughts are to end with a photograph from this celebration. So on Friday!