Venray War Cemetery / Military Cemetery of the Commonwealth

Venray War Cemetery is a military cemetery located on Hoenderstraat in Venray. The cemetery opened on 30 December 1946.

A total of 692 soldiers who died between October 1944 and March 1945 have been buried here. Most of the soldiers died in the surroundings of Venray during the Battle of Overloon, part of Operation Aintree. There are 629 British, 22 Canadian, five New Zealand, four Australian, one Polish and 30 unidentified graves. A war correspondent has alsobeen buried here.

Address: Hoenderstraat 99, 5801 CJ Venray

Venray War Cemetery / Military Cemetery of the Commonwealth

Download the unique app and experience the past

The free Venray Remembers app shows the past as you have never seen it before. Download the app, take the car or bicycle or go on foot and follow a beautiful route in De Peel. Follow the instructions in the app to project an augmented reality video at the indicated locations and become part of the story that happened there.

View the war past from a different perspective and through this unique app. A modern way to let young and old relive the past in a positive way. Let’s keep remembering!

More information about the app you find here.

Download de Venray Remembers app

Download the unique app and experience the past

The free Venray Remembers app shows the past as you have never seen it before. Download the app, take the car or bicycle or go on foot and follow a beautiful route in De Peel. Follow the instructions in the app to project an augmented reality video at the indicated locations and become part of the story that happened there.

View the war past from a different perspective and through this unique app. A modern way to let young and old relive the past in a positive way. Let’s keep remembering!

More information about the app you find here.

Download de Venray Remembers app