52nd Lowland Division

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Reference WMO/289817


Low Parks Museum

Muir Street




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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Stone of remembrance
  • Stone Granite
Lettering: Incised
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Granite stone of remembrance, with an etched dedication on the left hand side and a plaque on the right hand side
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52nd Lowland Division/ This Plaque was presented to/ex members of the 156 Infantry/Brigade on Thursday 27th October/1944 by Mr J Borghdtijn of Holland/and dedicated to all regiments of/52nd Lowland Division who were/in the liberation of South/Beveland and Walchern "after/crossing the Scheldt" at Barrland/and at Flushing 26th October 1944/and 3rd November 1944 Plaque- THE DUTCH DON'T FORGET/To the 52nd Division A Tribute/You came to us across the sea/We were suppressed you set us free/You fought on dikes, in swamps, on roads/It was so hard to take these coasts/Many gave their life, their ultimate/It was for us, to liberate./Although it has been many years/We still remember it with tears/We thank you for your Victory/It made us happy, it made us free/… INGENESSEN/VLISSINGEN 1983 Below the Plaque-To the Memory of The Men/of the 52nd Lowland Division/1939-1945

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