Polish Veteran-graves Utrecht
(Netherlands, the - Utrecht - Utrecht)
After the Second World War, many Polish soldiers who had fought with the Allies could not return to their fatherland because this was occupied by the Soviet-Union. When they returned, they should be punished.
For these Polish veterans in the Netherlands, a part of the Roman-Catholic Cemetery St. Barbara in Utrecht was reserved. During the years, they were buried here next to each other.
- Text: Fedor de Vries
- Photos: Fedor de Vries
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Point of interest
- Memorial victims Utrecht University
- Memorial Crashed B-17
- Memorial Fallen Members Catholic Labour Union
- Graves Resistances Fighters Jutphaas
- Dutch War Grave Groenekan
- Commonwealth War Graves Tull en 't Waal