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Mausoleum Paasberg Ede

The Mausoleum on the Paasberg, close to the Town-hall of Ede, can be seen as a separate War Cemetery because it is not connected with another cemetery and people of the resistance are buried here.

On the mausoleum are 44 plates with the name en the date of birth and death of people of the resistance who lived in Ede. 30 of them are buried here.

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  • Text: Fedor de Vries
  • Photos: Arjan Vrieze (1, 2, 5), Arjan Vrieze (3, 4)


Photo report Commemoration Mausoleum and laying of flowers Ede Cemetery

On the Monday morning after the Arnhem Airborne Commemoration weekend, is short ceremony has been held since several years. In the Mausoleum thirty resistance men are buried. After the Battle of Arnhem, the resistance played a very important part in helping Airborne soldiers in hiding. This was very dangerous to do. On monday 23 September 2019 a service was held. Around hundred people attended this in company of the Arnhem veterans John Jeffries and Sam Kendrick. Mayor of Ede mr. Verhulst held a speech.

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