Etten-Leur Liberation Plaque- 414th Infantry Regiment
Attached to the wall on the side of the building about 7 feet above the ground.Plaque
A brass inscribed plaque attached to a brick wall.
The plaque remembers the liberation of Etten-Leur, Netherlands by the 414th Infantry Regiment of the 104thInfantry Division- The Timberwolves” on October 30, 1944. The liberation of the town was part of the British led Operation Pheasant to liberate the North Brabant region of the Netherlands after Operation Market Garden.
The text on plaque is written in Dutch and English. The English reads:
IN REMEMBRANCE OF THE
LIBERATION OF ETTEN-LEUR
BY THE SOLDIERS OF THE
414TH INFANTRY REGIMENT,
104TH INFANTRY DIVISION
OCTOBER 30, 1944
-DIVISION SYMBOL OF A HOWLING TIMBERWOLF-
LEST WE FORGET!