Liberation of the Netherlands Cap


By September 1944, the Allied armies, advancing from France and Belgium, had reached the southern boundary of the German-occupied Netherlands. The first attempt to break into the Netherlands failed. The First Allied Airborne Army dropped by parachute and glider in an attempt to capture bridges across the Maas and lower Rhine rivers. American paratroops successfully took the Maas bridges, but the British 1st Airborne Division, landing near the Rhine bridge at Arnhem, was all but destroyed by a strong German force.


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This ball cap incorporates the Liberation of the Netherlands design, embroidered across the front. The vibrant orange colour helps to connect this cap with the country it represents. “LIBERATION OF THE NETHERLANDS” is embroidered across the front of the cap in a bold blue, and piping along the edge of the double-layered tapered bill creates a nice accent. The Legion logo is nicely embroidered above the adjustable strap on the back of the cap.

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