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Horsa 1944

Jewish casualites at the Arnhem-Oosterbeek War Cemetery

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Available in January 2019, 53 pages, more then 3 photographs, and never published information, A5 format, price not yet known but probably between 13-15 euro, postage not included

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Very interesting topic.  I will want a copy when it's released.

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Yes it is Peter, will keep you guys informed when they are available.

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I shall add it to my collection of books on Market Garden. Well done, look forward to reading it. I seem to recall a Jewish Doctor buried in the civilian cemetery opposite. Am I right and will he be included? I know, technically he is not in Oosterbeek proper but I feel he has a large enough connection.

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You mean lipman-kessel, no he is not in the booklet as he survived the war and was buried on the civilian cemetery when he died, these are Arnhem Battle casualties.

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