Amid a flurry of poppies, a Dutch schoolgirl places a cross in front of a grave at Holten Canadian War Cemetery.
Amid a flurry of poppies, a Dutch schoolgirl places a cross in front of a grave at Holten Canadian War Cemetery in the region of Rijssen-Holten Municipality, Overijssel, Netherlands.
The great majority of those buried in Holten Canadian War Cemetery died during the last stages of the war in Holland, during the advance of the Canadian 2nd Corps into northern Germany, and across the Ems in April and the first days of May 1945.
Holten Canadian War Cemetery contains 1,393 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War.
Painted by Jennifer Morse
• Size 12″ x 18″
• Print on watercolour paper
• Each print is signed by the artist
• Packaged in an acid free protective sleeve
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