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U.S. Army paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division inspect a destroyed German Tiger II heavy tank as Belgian women pass by with the offering of a hot meal. Corenne, Namur, Wallonia,...

U.S. Army paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division inspect a destroyed German Tiger II heavy tank as Belgian women pass by with the offering of a hot meal. Corenne, Namur, Wallonia,...

A group of U.S soldier from the 504th PIR (Airborne) Division with a C47. Note, these soldiers wearing a M43 Uniform. Photo was taken in 17th September 1944 during in the Operation Market Garden in Netherlands.

A group of U.S soldier from the 504th PIR (Airborne) Division with a C47. Note, these soldiers wearing a M43 Uniform. Photo was taken in 17th September 1944 during in the Operation Market Garden in Netherlands.

Panther on road hatch down #WorldWar2 #Tanks  TH - German tanks often incorporated sloping armor, something adopted in modern tank designs of today

Panther on road hatch down #WorldWar2 #Tanks TH - German tanks often incorporated sloping armor, something adopted in modern tank designs of today

Paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division land on their drop zone in Holland during Operation Market-Garden on September 17, 1944.

Paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division land on their drop zone in Holland during Operation Market-Garden on September 17, 1944.

Operation MARKET I: the airborne operation to seize bridges between Arnhem and Eindhoven, The netherlands, (part of Operation MARKET GARDEN).  "Shorty George", A Short Stirling Mark IV glider tug of No. 295 Squadron RAF starts its take-off run at Harwell, Oxfordshire, towing an Airspeed Horsa Mark I with troops of the 1st Airborne Division on board, bound for Landing Zone (LZ) 'N' near Nijmegen, Holland.  Taken between 11.20 and 11.40 on the morning of 17 September 1944.

Operation MARKET I: the airborne operation to seize bridges between Arnhem and Eindhoven, The netherlands, (part of Operation MARKET GARDEN). "Shorty George", A Short Stirling Mark IV glider tug of No. 295 Squadron RAF starts its take-off run at Harwell, Oxfordshire, towing an Airspeed Horsa Mark I with troops of the 1st Airborne Division on board, bound for Landing Zone (LZ) 'N' near Nijmegen, Holland. Taken between 11.20 and 11.40 on the morning of 17 September 1944.

"The Screaming Eagles", 101st Airborne Division, Littlecote House in Berkshire. From airfields in this area, including Ramsbury just to the west of here, the 101st  Airborne Division took off during the night of 5 june 1944, the eve of D-Day, as part of the invasion of Normandy.

"The Screaming Eagles", 101st Airborne Division, Littlecote House in Berkshire. From airfields in this area, including Ramsbury just to the west of here, the 101st Airborne Division took off during the night of 5 june 1944, the eve of D-Day, as part of the invasion of Normandy.

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