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National Dutch-Indies Memorial 1945-1962

This fountain, in the National Remembrance Park Roermond, remembers with the Buffalo heads to the Dutch East Indies. The watercourse is reminiscent of the rice fields.
On the obelisk, the oldest part of the memorial park, is a crown dove, the symbol of New Guinea.

On the columns are the names of the 6229 Dutch servicemen who died in the conflicts in the Dutch East Indies (1945-1949) and New Guinea (1949-1962)

A new memorial (erected on 25 August 1990) is in memory of the civilian casualties in the conflicts in the Dutch Indies (1945-1949) and New Guinea(1949-1962).

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