1 Canadian Graves Concentration Unit (1945)
2 May: Increment left for S'Hertogenbosch to pick up an unknown soldier.
24 May: Capt Forbes concentrated five Canadians from the Holland border.
25 May: Captain Forbes concentrated 19 bodies from Waterlandkerkje, Holland.
28 May: Captain Forbes concentrated 15 Canadian bodies and 4 British bodies from Waterlandkerkje, Holland.
2 June: Captain Forbes concentrated 19 Canadian bodies from area of Biervliet, Holland.
12 June: Captain Forbes concentrated 25 bodies from area of Hoofdplaat, Holland.
21 June: Captain Forbes went on recce to Axel, Holland. He found 38 Poles, presumable unregistered and 47 Germans.
25 June: Captain Forbes concentrated four Canadians from Cadzand area, Holland. He found two unregistered graves.
27 June: Captain Forbes searched for a grave registered near Cadzand, Holland. But found no body.
28 June: Captain Forbes went to Hulst, Holland. He found one body in monastery garden. This is, as far as records go the last scattered grave to come to Maldegem Cemetery.
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