Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery ligt aan de "Zevenheuvelenweg".
Er bevinden zich 2610 graven, waarvan 2378(Can), 211(UK),
3(Aus), 1(NZ) en 20(Unk) op dit cemetery.
Er bevinden zich ook 9 graven van andere nationaliteiten.
De meeste van deze graven in Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery zijn Canadezen, die sneuvelden in de "Battle of the Rhineland".Waar de 2e en 3e Canadese infanteriedivisies en de 4e Canadese Pantserdivisie aan deelnamen bij het offensief tussen de Maas en de Rijn ter hoogte van Nijmegen, in februari en maart 1945. Anderen die hier begraven zijn, stierven eerder of later in het zuidelijke deel van Nederland en in het Rijnland.
Sergeant Aubrey Cosens
Service No: B/46495
Date of Death: 26 februari 1945 (age 24)
Regiment/Service: Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, R.C.I.C.
Awards: V C
Son of Charles E. and Yvonne Cosens, of Latchford, Ontario.
"The citation in the London Gazette of 18th May, 1945, gives the following details: In Holland, on the night 25/26th February, 1945 the 1st Battalion The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada attacked the hamlet of Mooshof. Sergeant Cosens' platoon, with tanks in support, had as their objective enemy strong-points in three farm-buildings. They were twice beaten back and were then fiercely counterattacked. Their casualties were heavy, including the platoon commander killed. Sergeant Cosens assumed command of the few survivors of the platoon, and placed them so as to give him covering fire while he crossed open ground to the one remaining tank and directed its fire. After a further counter-attack had been repulsed, Sergeant Cosens ordered the tank to attack the three farm-buildings, the remaining men of his platoon following in close support. He himself entered the three buildings in turn, alone, and killed or captured all the occupants. Immediately afterwards he was shot by a sniper, and died almost instantly. His outstanding gallantry, initiative and determined leadership resulted in the capture of a position which was vital to the success of the future operations of the Brigade."
Queen's Own Rifles of Canada
26th February 1945
Rifleman Ben Johnson
Service No: H/18611
Date of Death: 19 februari 1945 (age 20)
Regiment/Service: Royal Winnipeg Rifles, R.C.I.C.
Son of Stefania Solvelg Johnson, of Baldur, Manitoba.
The Royal Winnipeg Rifles
19th February 1945
Squadron Leader "Pilot" William Thomas Klersy
Service No: J/12199
Date of Death: 22 mei 1945 (age 22)
Regiment/Service: Royal Canadian Air Force
Awards: D S O - D F C and Bar
Son of William P. and Grace G. Klersy, of Toronto, Ontario.