@Heuxx Yesterday that was a long article in a Dutch newspaper about Polish people living in the Netherlands. Some facts I found interesting: 160,000 Polish people are living in the Netherlands, plus 90,000 who only come here to work part of the year (usually in agriculture) In the 19th century many Polish miners came to the Netherlands to work in the coal mines. After World War II many Polish soldiers who had fought here to liberate the Netherlands from the nazis decided to stay here (instead of returning to Poland which was then under Soviet influence) More than 600,000 Poles were part of the allied forces that liberated Europe from the nazis, which almost nobody here remembers. There are five Polish military cemeteries in the Netherlands, with a total number of 310 graves. Two Polish generals have been buried in the Netherlands, general Stanislaw Maczek (died in 1994 at the age of 102) and general general Stanislaw Sosabowski.