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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 6People of Eindhoven, the Netherlands dancing in the town square upon liberation, 20 Sep 1944The 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 1944
German 2 cm FlaK 30 anti-aircraft gun during the Allied Operation Market Garden attack, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sep 1944, photo 6 of 6People of Eindhoven, the Netherlands dancing in the town square upon liberation, 20 Sep 1944The 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 1944
USAAF Staff Sergeant Joseph Curreri, crew of C-47 aircraft USAAF Staff Sergeant Joseph Curreri, crew of C-47 aircraft 17-pdr anti-tank gun of the 21st Anti-Tank Regiment, British Guards Armoured Division, guarding the approaches to Nijmegen Bridge, the Netherlands, 21 Sep 1944Bedford MWD trucks and other vehicles of the 4th Wiltshire Regiment, British 43rd Division, Valkenswaard, the Netherlands, 21 Sep 1944
USAAF 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 217-pdr anti-tank gun of the 21st Anti-Tank Regiment, British Guards Armoured Division, guarding the approaches to Nijmegen Bridge, the Netherlands, 21 Sep 1944Bedford MWD trucks and other vehicles of the 4th Wiltshire Regiment, British 43rd Division, Valkenswaard, the Netherlands, 21 Sep 1944
British engineers removing German demolition charges from the bridge at Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 21 Sep 1944Sergeant J. Whawell and Sergeant J. Turl of the UK Glider Pilot Regiment searching a damaged ULO school for German snipers, Kneppelhoutweg, Oosterbeek, Gelderland, the Netherlands, 21 Sep 1944Major General Robert E. Urquhart of UK 1st Airborne Division planting the airborne flag outside his headquarters near Arnhem, the Netherlands, 22 Sep 1944British 1st Airborne soldiers using parachutes to signal to Allied supply aircraft from the grounds of Division HQ at the Hartenstein Hotel in Oosterbeek, Netherlands, 23 Sep 1944
British engineers removing German demolition charges from the bridge at Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 21 Sep 1944Sergeant J. Whawell and Sergeant J. Turl of the UK Glider Pilot Regiment searching a damaged ULO school for German snipers, Kneppelhoutweg, Oosterbeek, Gelderland, the Netherlands, 21 Sep 1944Major General Robert E. Urquhart of UK 1st Airborne Division planting the airborne flag outside his headquarters near Arnhem, the Netherlands, 22 Sep 1944British 1st Airborne soldiers using parachutes to signal to Allied supply aircraft from the grounds of Division HQ at the Hartenstein Hotel in Oosterbeek, Netherlands, 23 Sep 1944
C-47 Skytrain aircraft of US 315th Troop Carrier Group dropping 41 sticks of 1st Polish Airborne Brigade into Grave, the Netherlands, 23 Sep 1944; note CG-4A gliders already on the ground. Photo 1 of 2.C-47 Skytrain aircraft of US 315th Troop Carrier Group dropping 41 sticks of 1st Polish Airborne Brigade into Grave, the Netherlands, 23 Sep 1944; note CG-4A gliders already on the ground. Photo 2 of 2.Four British paratroopers with Sten sub-machineguns moving through a shell-damaged house in Oosterbeek, the Netherlands to which they had retreated after being driven out of Arnhem, 23 Sep 194Paratrooper of US 101st Airborne Division tumbling after his landing, the Netherlands, 25 Sep 1944
C-47 Skytrain aircraft of US 315th Troop Carrier Group dropping 41 sticks of 1st Polish Airborne Brigade into Grave, the Netherlands, 23 Sep 1944; note CG-4A gliders already on the ground. Photo 1 of 2.C-47 Skytrain aircraft of US 315th Troop Carrier Group dropping 41 sticks of 1st Polish Airborne Brigade into Grave, the Netherlands, 23 Sep 1944; note CG-4A gliders already on the ground. Photo 2 of 2.Four British paratroopers with Sten sub-machineguns moving through a shell-damaged house in Oosterbeek, the Netherlands to which they had retreated after being driven out of Arnhem, 23 Sep 194Paratrooper of US 101st Airborne Division tumbling after his landing, the Netherlands, 25 Sep 1944

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