This memorial is erected in memory of the First Polish Armoured Division who fought for the liberation of Western Europa between 1944-1945. It contains the following inscriptions:
"In honor of the soldiers of the 1st Polish Armoured Division who died on the battlefields of Poland, France, Belgium, Holland and Germany."
"Cities in Western Europe, colleagues from the war of 1939-1945, countrymen."
"Belgium: Gent, St. Niklaas, Beveren, Maldegem, Aalter, Ieper, Poperinge, Beerse, Lokeren, Roselare, Willebroek, Stekene, Tielt."
"Netherlands: Noord Brabant, Breda, Nieuw Ginneken, Geertruidenberg, Axel, Hulst, Alphen en Riel, Baarle-Nassau, Gilze en Rijen, Oosterhout, Zevenbergen, Hontenisse, Vogelwaarde, Teteringen, Reiderland, Terheijden, Terneuzen, Zaamslag."
"The Polish soldier fights for the freedom of other nations but only dies for Poland" - Gen. Stanisław Maczek"
"Great Britain: Edinburgh, Dundee, Perth, Bridlington, Duns."
"France: Dept de L'Orne, Montormel, Maczuga, Chambois, Vimoutiers, Criquebeuf, St. Omer, Abbeville, Caen."
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