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British troops of C Company, 5th Battalion, Border Regiment waiting in ditches near a road, observing German troops 100 yards away, Arnhem, Gelderland, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944Captured British paratroopers being marched away by German troops, circa 17-25 Sep 1944Carriers of 1/5th Welch Regiment, British 53rd Division crossing the Meuse into Holland, 20 Sep 1944Children wearing orange ribbons and waving Dutch flags during celebrations in Eindhoven, the first major town in Holland to be liberated, 20 Sep 1944
British troops of C Company, 5th Battalion, Border Regiment waiting in ditches near a road, observing German troops 100 yards away, Arnhem, Gelderland, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944Captured British paratroopers being marched away by German troops, circa 17-25 Sep 1944Carriers of 1/5th Welch Regiment, British 53rd Division crossing the Meuse into Holland, 20 Sep 1944Children wearing orange ribbons and waving Dutch flags during celebrations in Eindhoven, the first major town in Holland to be liberated, 20 Sep 1944
Cromwell tanks of GuardDaimler Armored Car and trucks passing through cheering crowds in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944Dutch civilians riding on a British jeep during the advance towards Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 1 of 6
Cromwell tanks of Guard's Armoured Division, British XXX Corps driving along 'Hell's Highway' toward Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944Daimler Armored Car and trucks passing through cheering crowds in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944Dutch civilians riding on a British jeep during the advance towards Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 1 of 6
German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 2 of 6German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 3 of 6German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 4 of 6German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 5 of 6
German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 2 of 6German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 3 of 6German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 4 of 6German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 5 of 6
German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 6 of 6M10 Wolverine tank destroyers of 75th Anti-Tank Regiment Royal Artillery of British 11th Armoured Division crossing a Bailey bridge over the Meuse-Escaut (Maas-Schelde) Canal at Lille St Hubert, Belgium, 20 Sep 1944People of Eindhoven, the Netherlands dancing in the town square upon liberation, 20 Sep 1944SdKfz 161/3 Möbelwagen self-propelled guns at Arnhem, The Netherlands, Sep 1944
German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 6 of 6M10 Wolverine tank destroyers of 75th Anti-Tank Regiment Royal Artillery of British 11th Armoured Division crossing a Bailey bridge over the Meuse-Escaut (Maas-Schelde) Canal at Lille St Hubert, Belgium, 20 Sep 1944People of Eindhoven, the Netherlands dancing in the town square upon liberation, 20 Sep 1944SdKfz 161/3 Möbelwagen self-propelled guns at Arnhem, The Netherlands, Sep 1944
The vital bridge at Arnhem, the Netherlands after the British paratroops had been driven back, 17-25 Sep 1944USAAF S/Sgt Joseph Curreri, Lt Joseph Andrews, and 1st Lt Guido Brassesco near Bladel, the Netherlands after their C-47 aircraft was shot down, Sep 1944USAAF Staff Sergeant Joseph Curreri, crew of C-47 aircraft USAAF Staff Sergeant Joseph Curreri, crew of C-47 aircraft
The vital bridge at Arnhem, the Netherlands after the British paratroops had been driven back, 17-25 Sep 1944USAAF S/Sgt Joseph Curreri, Lt Joseph Andrews, and 1st Lt Guido Brassesco near Bladel, the Netherlands after their C-47 aircraft was shot down, Sep 1944USAAF Staff Sergeant Joseph Curreri, crew of C-47 aircraft 'Clay Pigeon', and members of the Dutch resistance near Bladel, the Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 1 of 2USAAF Staff Sergeant Joseph Curreri, crew of C-47 aircraft 'Clay Pigeon', and members of the Dutch resistance near Bladel, the Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 2 of 2

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