The museum shows a part of military history from the moment that Napoleon in 1800 occupied the region, through the First and Second World War, the allied occupation of the American forces in april 1945, to end at the current Bundeswehr.

The military aspect is visible not only in letters, advertises and images but also in various uniforms, flags, decorations and in a variety of weapons and vehicles, like the legendary Flak 8.8 in original state.

For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.

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16Sep

Photo Report Commemoration Oosterbeek with Boris Johnson

OOSTERBEEK - On 16 September 2016 the British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson attended an extra commemoration of the Battle of Arnhem at the Military Cemetery in Oosterbeek. Also attending was the Dutch Foreign Secretary Bert Koenders.

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