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Arnhem: (Courtesy Imperial War Museum London) Duitse krijgsgevangenen worden afgevoerd op 14 april 1945 in de Utrechtsestraat

Captured German prisoners are marched by a Churchill AVRE tank in Arnhem during Operation Anger in April (Collections of the Imperial War Museums.

rnhem: Dempingswerkzaamheden Lauwersgracht, 1933. Links de IJzeren Brug die ook zou verdwijnen. Op de achtergrond de St. Walburgiskerk en de Grote of Eusebiuskerk.

rnhem: Dempingswerkzaamheden Lauwersgracht, 1933. Links de IJzeren Brug die ook zou verdwijnen. Op de achtergrond de St. Walburgiskerk en de Grote of Eusebiuskerk.

When Arthur Bondar came across the negatives of a Soviet war photographer, he realized he had stumbled upon an important cache of images of World War II that gave an intimate look at that country’s side.

The Battle of Arnhem, Nijmegen and Eindhoven (Operation Market Garden) 17–25 September 1944. On Sunday 17 September, 500 gliders and 1,500 aircraft flew over the men of XXX corps, whose job was to follow beneath them in their tanks and trucks. As the aircraft flew over, the Allied guns began a huge barrage to hit the

The Battle of Arnhem, Nijmegen and Eindhoven (Operation Market Garden) 17–25 September 1944. On Sunday 17 September, 500 gliders and 1,500 aircraft flew over the men of XXX corps, whose job was to follow beneath them in their tanks and trucks. As the aircraft flew over, the Allied guns began a huge barrage to hit the

A paratrooper takes cover as a jeep burns during a German mortar attack on 1st Airborne Division’s HQ at the Hartenstein Hotel in Oosterbeek, near Arnhem, 24 September 1944. (IWM)

A paratrooper takes cover as a jeep burns during a German mortar attack on Airborne Division’s HQ at the Hartenstein Hotel in Oosterbeek, 24 September

SEP 23 1944 Arnhem: civilians caught up in the middle of the battle: A German picture of an Allied airstrike against a German column near Arnhem, 23rd September

SEP 23 1944 Arnhem: civilians caught up in the middle of the battle: A German picture of an Allied airstrike against a German column near Arnhem, September

Two light camouflaged German self-propelled guns of the Sturmgeschütz-Brigade 280 in Oosterbeek. #WW2

StuH 42 and a StuG III of Sturmgeschütz-Brigade 280 are seen driving south along Weverstraat in Oosterbeek, Netherlands on 24 September

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Arnhem – Utrechtsestraat (2), Operation Market Garden, 1944

Arnhem – Utrechtsestraat (2), Operation Market Garden, 1944

Gescheiterte alliierte Luftlandungbei Arnheim September 1944 deutsche Grenadiere in einemerbeuteten USJeepum den 17/20 091944

Gescheiterte alliierte Luftlandungbei Arnheim September 1944 deutsche Grenadiere in einemerbeuteten USJeepum den 17/20 091944