Operation Market Garden.  An unsuccessful military operation in an attempt to take control of two bridges in Germany and the Netherlands; it was the largest airborne operation at that time. Sept. 1944 second world war.

An unsuccessful military operation in an attempt to take control of two bridges in Germany and the Netherlands; it was the largest airborne operation at that time. 1944 second world war.

British captured during Operation Market Garden - Arnhem

British captured during Operation Market Garden Arnhem 1944 My grandad 'John Edmund Sears' (left)

British Pow's at Arnhem. British 1st Airborne Division Paratropers captured by the Germans in the area of Arnhem in the Netherlands September 1944 during the operation Market Garden. For those who are interested to learn more about Operation Market Garden i suggest to see the movie " A bridge too far".

British Pow's at Arnhem. British Airborne Division Paratropers captured by the Germans in the area of Arnhem in the Netherlands September 1944 during the operation Market Garden.

OPERATION 'MARKET GARDEN' - THE BATTLE FOR ARNHEM, SEPTEMBER 1944

BU Troops take advantage of a lull in the fighting to prepare a hasty meal.

Men of the 82nd airborne regroup after their jump during operation market garden, 1944

Men of the airborne regroup after their jump during operation market garden, 1944

Operation Market-Garden, which includes the Battle for Arnhem, began in September 1944 and became the single largest airborne battle in history, even larger than the German invasion of Crete, Operation Mercury. Market-Garden was the only true attempt by the Allies to use airborne forces in a large strategic invasion role in Europe and would be the last time.

Operation Market-Garden, which includes the Battle for Arnhem, began in September 1944 and became the single largest airborne battle in history, even larger than the German invasion of Crete, Operation Mercury. Market-Garden was the only true attempt by t

German soldiers move along a ditch.Operation Market Garden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

gruene-teufel: German troops move through a trench in Arnhem, the Netherlands, during Operation Market Garden.

British paratroopers with a german prisoner during Market Garden Operation

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Operation MARKET I: the airborne operation to seize bridges between Arnhem and Eindhoven, Holland, (part of Operation MARKET GARDEN). Oblique photographic-reconnaissance aerial showing Douglas Dakotas dropping paratroops of 1st Airborne Brigade on to Dropping Zone (DZ) 'X', at Renkum, west of Arnhem.

Operation MARKET I: the airborne operation to seize bridges between Arnhem and…

Hotel Hartenstein, Arnhem - Then & Now - 1944 & 2003

Operation 'Market Garden' - Then & Now 1944 & 2003 Now Airborne Museum, Oosterbeek.

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