The vast majority of the war victims buried at the War Cemetery are German soldiers who had to fulfil their military service during the Second World War. Almost no details about their mindset and their feelings regarding this duty and the way they fulfilled their service have been preserved.Also SS men, war criminals and Dutch collaborators are buried in Ysselsteyn. Next to themalso soldiers from volunteer units from other nations who joined the Wehrmacht, as well as civilians including children, are buried at the cemetery. Can these people be commemorated? If so, how should we do that? What forms of commemoration are there and which questions will it raise? In this workshop, participants will explore the culture of remembrance through the ages and will find their own approach to a contemporary form of remembering and commemoration.