When the guns fell silent, it appeared that the Roman Catholic Cemetery at Oosterhout, contained 78 military war graves.
American soldiers killed in action were reburied in Margraten.
German soldiers were laid to rest in Ysselsteyn.
The British war graves were moved to the Jonkerbos War Cemetery at Nijmegen because the Commonwealth War Graves Commission was unable to reach agreement with the custodians of the Oosterhout cemetery.
In accordance with the policy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, the Polish war graves remained where they were.
Afterwards, the Graves Collection Units of the Dutch Ministry of Defence moved some more Polish war graves from the the area to the cemetery in Oosterhout, which now holds a plot of 30 Polish war graves.
Today these graves are supervised by the "Netherlands War Graves Foundation".