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ⓘ Rethem




Rethem
                                     

ⓘ Rethem

Rethem is a town in the Heidekreis in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated on the river Aller, approx. 25 km southwest of Bad Fallingbostel, and 18 km southeast of Verden. The town was the scene of heavy fighting over the period 10–11 April 1945 between units of the British 53rd Welsh Division and parts of the German 2. Marine-Infanterie-Division with heavy losses on both sides. Most of the German soldiers were not older than 23 years.

Rethem is the seat to the samtgemeinde "collective of the municipal formation" Rethem / Aller.

                                     
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  • intended to operate a museum railway on the former DB route from Verden to Rethem which is why they chose the station at Hulsen on the line as their base
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  • continued to advance across Germany, forcing a crossing of the River Aller at Rethem on 11 April 1945. This was their last major action of the war: they were
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  • replaced by 7th Armoured Division after particularly heavy fighting at Rethem and 6th Airborne Division to the south. Directly to its front were the

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