THE LANDS IN THE NETHERLANDS OCCUPIED AS COMMONWEALTH WAR CEMETERIES OR GRAVES WERE GENEROUSLY PROVIDED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE KINGDOM OF THE NETHERLANDS UNDER THE TERMS OF A WAR GRAVES AGREEMENT SIGNED AT THE HAGUE ON 10th JULY 1951 BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND CANADA, AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA INDIA AND PAKISTAN AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE KINGDOM OF THE NETHERLANDS. The particulars given in the registers of the names have been compiled from information furnished by the Records Offices concerned and by the next-of-kin. Plot Row and Grave are indicated at the end of each entry by a Roman numeral a capital letter and an Arabic numeral thus II. B. 23 means Plot II BRow Grave 23. In the case of Brunssum War Cemetery there are no Row numbers.
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