Reflecting on the initial poster by Ramacal, I cannot concur of his results. I know the UK army KIA in the Netherlands (10 May 1940 - 30 June 1940) for a fact and can assure the forum that those were no more than 11 men. I kindly refer to the inventory of those KIA to be found on Geallieerde gesneuvelden [Zuidfront Holland - Mei 1940] (bottom section). The Guards were the only British military involved in land battle (to some extend) in the entire campaign of May/June 1940. All other victims were of naval or airforce origin. No British landforces (e.g. army) were involved anywhere else. Hence a 52 men count cannot be right. Should it be washed up bodies, the number of 41 would be very high. I am not saying it is impossible, but since the pdf does not contain the 52 Dutch burried KIA I cannot cross-check the origin. I do however have my strong doubts on the no., as said.