Arnhem


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a city in the central Netherlands on the lower Rhine River

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The six soldiers' names have been added to the memorial at Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery, but their bodies have not been moved.
The 20-year-old is part of a crop of loanees at Vitesse Arnhem - a club in the Dutch Eredivisie with whom the west Londoners have formed close links.
Christ the King Under-14s and Coundon Court Girls Under-13s with the Lord Mayor of Coventry, Coun Hazel Noonan, before heading to Holland for |the Arnhem Bridge Cup.
A Dutch author appealed for help in last week's All Our Yesterdays for information about 20-yearold Pte Alfred Olds, who died of his wounds while fighting at Arnhem in September 1944.
We will have a full tour of the Arnhem battlefield area and follow the route of XXX Corps after the break out from Normandy.
Guests of honour will be veterans Joe Mawdsley and Joe McAllister, both now in their late 80s and from Aughton, near Ormskirk, who took part in the fighting at Arnhem Bridge.
As a person interested in the 1948 American-Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land from a very young age--first introduced to the topic via Colin Simpson's (1952) account Adam in Ochre--in 1967 I purchased Anthropology and Nutrition, volume 2 of the Records of the Expedition (Mountford 1960).
Going to Oosterbeek war cemetery, Arnhem one Remembrance Day is something I will always remember.
The Battle of Arnhem has been made famous to younger generations in the 1977 Richard Attenborough film starring Dirk Bogarde, A Bridge Too Far.
The military action was led by the First British Airborne Division (an elite unit known as the Red Devils) whose assignment was to seize the bridge across the Lower Rhine at Arnhem.
Akzo Nobel has announced plans to move its corporate headquarters from Arnhem to Amsterdam.
A BRITISH soldier killed at Arnhem was finally laid to rest yesterday, 61 years after the doomed battle.
More than 1,000 children yesterday joined in a moving and powerful tribute to the fallen heroes of the epic Battle of Arnhem.
PRINCE Charles and Jack McConnell yesterday joined a ceremony to remember soldiers who fell at the Battle of Arnhem.
Directed by Richard Attenborough (``Gandhi''), the film tells the story of the battle of Arnhem, an effort to end the war in 1944 by dropping the American and British troops behind German lines to capture the crucial bridge across the Rhine at Arnhem.