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The Battle of Arnhem was a turning-point in the war, a gamble by Field Marshal Montgomery, in which three airborne divisions were to seize the bridges across the great rivers of Holland and unleash the Allied armies into Germany. If the bridges had been captured and held, and if the ground forces had been able to relieve the airborne forces, then the war may well have ended by Christmas 1944.

Instead the operation went disastrously wrong...

Author: Martin Middlebrook

Published 1994, 531 Pages, PDF format. Download link will be immediately available after checkout.  

File size: 11.2 MB



Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Pierre Jonker

Well researched and equally well written. The book adds depth to a fascinating and well documented Operation.
Well worth the time to read it

Tobias Venter
Good read

Excellent review and account of the whole event.


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