|Title: ||Arnhem 1944: Operation 'Market Garden'|
|Publisher: ||Osprey Publishing|
|Issue Date: ||1993 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.ospreypublishing.com/store/Arnhem-1944_9781855323025|
|Abstract: ||'Market Garden' was one of the most audacious, and ultimately controversial, operations of the Second World War - a joint penetration, by an armoured column and a large-scale airborne drop, to punch a decisive hole in the German defences. If it had succeeeded, the war could have ended in 1944. Yet the two-pronged attack failed in its objectives. This book details how, instead of being relieved after 48 hours as expected, British paratroopers were cut off for nine days. Facing two unexpected SS Panzer divisions the Allies were eventually evacuated across the Rhine after putting up an incredible fight: of the 10,000 men involved less than 2,000 survived. Campaigns 5, 24, 74 and 75 are also available in a single volume special edition as ‘Into the Reich’.|
|Keywords: ||World War Two|
Operation Market Garden
|Appears in Collections: ||Conflict Studies Research Group |
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