See the liberation of Apeldoorn and the Netherlands in a whole new perspective with Canadian Walk. In 26 beautiful and personal stories, you will walk a mile in Canadian veteran’s shoes as they move ever closer to April 17th, 1945. On that day they liberated the city of Apeldoorn, one of the last Dutch cities to be freed. Start this experience at the ‘Man met de Twee Hoeden’ statue in Apeldoorn.
Liberation, up close and personal
How to better grasp the harrowing events of the Dutch liberation than listening to the first-person accounts of its heroes? Get to know fifteen veterans who were present in those last months and discover how they felt.
An impressive experience
This radio tour is more than a list of dry facts or a record of dates—the Canadian walk is an unforgettable experience. Walk the beautiful scenery of Apeldoorn and feel you’re there.
This Canadian Walk isn’t an experience that will be easily forgotten — as it should be. Because we need always to remember the huge sacrifice of the Canadian soldiers as they fought for the Dutch people.
Discover the Canadian Walk as an enduring thanks to our heroes.