Humber Light Reconnaissance Cars Mk IIIA of No. 2806 Armoured Car Squadron RAF Regiment near Eindhoven, the Netherlands, Sep 1944SSM William Parkes of British No. 3 Squadron, 2nd (Armoured) Irish Guards dead on his M4 Sherman tank, near Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 17 Sep 1944B-24J Liberator of the 854th Bomb Squadron after being hit by light-flak during low-level supply drop for the 82nd and 101st Airborne near Eindhoven, Holland and driven into the ground, Sep 18 1944.Troops of US 101st Airborne Division receiving information from Dutch resistance members, Eindhoven, the Netherlands, Sep 1944
Humber Light Reconnaissance Cars Mk IIIA of No. 2806 Armoured Car Squadron RAF Regiment near Eindhoven, the Netherlands, Sep 1944SSM William Parkes of British No. 3 Squadron, 2nd (Armoured) Irish Guards dead on his M4 Sherman tank, near Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 17 Sep 1944B-24J Liberator of the 854th Bomb Squadron after being hit by light-flak during low-level supply drop for the 82nd and 101st Airborne near Eindhoven, Holland and driven into the ground, Sep 18 1944.Troops of US 101st Airborne Division receiving information from Dutch resistance members, Eindhoven, the Netherlands, Sep 1944
The people of Eindhoven, the Netherlands lined the streets of the town to watch armored vehicles of British XXX Corps passing through, 19 Sep 1944Daimler Armored Car and trucks passing through cheering crowds in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944People of Eindhoven, the Netherlands dancing in the town square upon liberation, 20 Sep 1944
The people of Eindhoven, the Netherlands lined the streets of the town to watch armored vehicles of British XXX Corps passing through, 19 Sep 1944Daimler Armored Car and trucks passing through cheering crowds in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944People of Eindhoven, the Netherlands dancing in the town square upon liberation, 20 Sep 1944


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