The Chronicle, Thursday, 30th December, 2010. www.chronicleseries.co.uk 7
On top of an armoured vehicle.
With one of their armoured vehicles.
Prince Bernhardt of the Netherlands inspects members of the Princess Irene Brigade when stationed in Congleton early in the second World War. On the right is the Mayor Ald Dan Charlesworth, who was himself was a serving soldier at the time.
Dutch soldiers exercise.
The “Chronicle’s” late John Condliffe erected a plaque on the cenotaph to remember the Dutch soldiers stationed in the town who died in the Second World War. This picture is of the dedication ceremony, attended by officers and men of the regiment of that day.
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