The location in Enschede, Province of Overijssel, corner Cort van der Lindenlaan and Goolkatenweg. The monument doesn’t commemorate the internment, but the text reads ‘1914-1918 to commemorate the passage through Holland of 32690 French, 26960 British, 6930 Belgian, 6650 Italian,1660 Serbian, 50 Russian, 15 Japanese prisoners of war, to whom this town first accorded quarters and hospitality between the 20th November 1918 and the 20th January 1919 on the occasion of their return home after long imprisonment in Germany’.