Interview on TV-Gelderland / Gelderse Koppen, 12 mei 2009

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29 Juli 2011: Interview tijdens 'Zomer in Gelderland' van Omroep Gelderland.

April 2011:

✩ 7 april: Persbericht en interview in Bevrijdingsmuseum Groesbeek op TV-Kanaal 13

✩ 6 april: Artikel door Leo Klaassen, De Gelderlander.

12 Februari 2011: Artikel door Wilma Reinders, De Gelderlander.

6 0ktober 2010: Persbericht Hoog en Laag.

15 September 2010: Artikel door Rick Aalbers, De Gelderlander.

Augustus 2009:

✩ 15 aug: Interview door Wilma Reinders, Dagblad De Gelderlander.

✩ 14 aug: Interview door TV-Gelderland op over toekomstige plaats van het tableau.

12 May 2009: Interview on TV-Gelderland
Interview Omroep Gelderland/Gelderse Koppen.

Maart 2009: Interview met Hanneke Oberink, Hoog en Laag, 10 maart 2009. Klik hier.

October 2009

Joel Pott, leadsinger of Athlete rockband, visited Resurrection in October 2009. Joel wrote his latest hit Black Swan Song as a tribute to his grandfather, Major Pott, who fought in Oosterbeek.

See a fragment of the report of this visit in Black Swan Story

Zanger Joel Pott van de Athlete Rockband bezocht Resurrection in oktober 2009. Hij schreef zijn nieuwste hit "Black Swan Song" als eerbetoon aan zijn inmiddels overleden grootvader, majoor Pott, die in Oosterbeek gevochten heeft.

Voor een fragment van het filmpje, klik hier: Black Swan Story

Link: Site Operation Market Garden News

November 2009

From: bfgnet - The Official Internet Site of the British Forces in Germany

BFG Community, 1 November 2009

“Sergeant Harry Houghton, 91, of ‘10 Para’ had a dramatic story to tell: “Having parachuted in on Day 2, there was firing all around me. I was hit by shrapnel while trying to hook a gun onto a jeep".
Harry has left a lasting legacy to his comrades who did not survive Arnhem. Local artist Fransje Povel-Speleers drew on Harry’s and others’ dramatic experiences to create a unique ‘terracota’ tableau depicting the fallen emerging from their Arnhem graves and returning to life in their full glory.