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Arnhem-Oosterbeek 1944 (Hardback)

Then and Now

Military > After the Battle Military > By Century > 20th Century Military > Reference WWII World History

By Guus de Vries
Imprint: After the Battle
Pages: 264
Illustrations: 160 colour illustrations, 310 mono illustrations
ISBN: 9781036106997
Published: 30th May 2024


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ARNHEM-OOSTERBEEK 1944 Then and Now shows and tells the story of the most daring part of operation Market-Garden: the landing of the British 1st Airborne Division west of Arnhem to capture the bridges over the Rhine. The operation did not go according to plan and the British soon had to go on the defensive. After the area around the Arnhem road bridge had completely fallen into German hands, a six-day siege of the remnants of the airborne troops followed in a small area in Oosterbeek.

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About Guus de Vries

Dr. Guus de Vries is a historian from Oosterbeek, in the Netherlands. He completed his studies at Nijmegen and Tours, focusing his research on the development and use of military small arms in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He has published numerous articles in specialist magazines in Belgium, Germany, Finland, the Netherlands, Russia, the UK and the USA, and has also co-authored seventeen books on firearms history.

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