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101st Airborne anti-tank crew fires on SS soldiers "Market Garden" 101st Airborne anti-tank crew fires on SS soldiers "Market Garden"
 101st Airborne Infantry anti-tank crew fires on SS soldiers who machine-gunned their vehicle, Holland, "Market Garden"
 
 
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101st Airborne Battle with German SS Troops 101st Airborne Battle with German SS Troops
U.S. Infantry anti-tank crew from the 101st Airborne battles with German SS troops who machine-gunned their vehicle in Holland. September 15, 1944. W. F. Stickle. (Army)
 
 
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101st Airborne Division drop behind enemy lines in operation "Market Garden" 101st Airborne Division drop behind enemy lines in operation "Market Garden"
C-47s from the 101st Airborne Division drop behind enemy lines in operation "Market Garden" the largest airborne drop in military history. September 17, 1944
 
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101st Airborne land in Holland, "Market Garden" 101st Airborne land in Holland, "Market Garden"
A fleet of Allied aircraft flies overhead as paratroopers of the Allied Airborne Command float groundward in the invasion of the Netherlands "Market Garden", another step towards the liberation of Europe. September 17, 1944.
 
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101st Airborne looking for survivors 101st Airborne looking for survivors
 101st Airborne Division troops that landed behind German lines in Holland, are looking for survivors inside a glider that crashed during operation Market Garden, September 17, 1944.
 
 
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1st Airborne Army with Sherman tank "Market Garden" 1st Airborne Army with Sherman tank "Market Garden"
Troops from the 1st Airborne Army advance into a Belgian town under the protection of a Sherman tank. September 18, 1944. Spangle. (Army)
 
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82nd Aiborne tap phone lines in Holand 82nd Aiborne tap phone lines in Holand
 American soldiers with 82nd Airborne are on top of a telegraph pole and tap into telephone lines in the city during operation Market Garden, September 20, 1944.
 
 
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82nd Airborne Division climb into C-47 transport 82nd Airborne Division climb into C-47 transport
 Troops with 82nd Airborne Division are fully equipped and ready to jump, these paratroopers climb into a C-47 transport plane, enroute to the Netherlands for operation Market Garden.
 
 
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82nd Airborne Division land in the Netherlands 82nd Airborne Division land in the Netherlands
 The U.S. 82nd Airborne Division drop near Grave in the Netherlands during operation "Market Garden," Sunday, 17 September 1944. You can see a number of gliders that have landed in a field of cows.  The main effort of the 82nd was to seize the Groesbeek Heights and set up a blocking position there, to prevent a German armour attack out of the nearby Reichswald and to deny the height to German artillery observers.
 
 
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82nd Airborne with Cromwell tanks on Nijmegen bridge 82nd Airborne with Cromwell tanks on Nijmegen bridge
 Two soldiers of the US 82nd Airborne Division watch as Cromwell tanks of the Guards Armoured Division of the 2nd Armoured Recon Battalion the Welsh Guards cross Nijmegen bridge in Netherlands, Thursday, September 17, 1944. "Market Garden"
 
 
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8th Infantry Regiment move into Libin 8th Infantry Regiment move into Libin
Men of the 8th Infantry Regiment attempt to move forward and are pinned down by German small arms from within the Belgian town of Libin. Men seek cover behind hedges and signs to return the fire. September 7, 1944.
 
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9th Armored Division, U.S. First Army at entrance of Remagen Bridge 9th Armored Division, U.S. First Army at entrance of Remagen Bridge
Soldiers with 9th Armored Division, U.S. First Army erected this sign at the entrance at the Remagen Bridge spanning the Rhine River at Remagen, Germany.  "Market Garden"
 
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Bombed city of Nijmegen, Holland "Market Garden" Bombed city of Nijmegen, Holland "Market Garden"
A panoramic view of the city of Nijmegen, Holland, and the Nijmegen Bridge over the Waal (Rhine) River in the background. The city was hit by German and Allied bombardment and shelling. September 28, 1944. Poznak. (Army)
 
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C-47 transport planes with gliders in tow "Market Garden" C-47 transport planes with gliders in tow "Market Garden"
 British 1st Airborne Division, U.S. 82nd Airborne Division and U.S. 101st Airborne Division on C-47 transport planes with gliders in tow loaded with troops and equipment to be used in the liberation of the Netherlands during operation "Market Garden," Sunday, 17 September 1944.
 
 
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C-47 transports loaded before flight "Market Garden" C-47 transports loaded before flight "Market Garden"
Long lines of C-47 transport planes are loaded with men equipment at an airfield from which they took off for Holland "Market Garden" September 17, 1944. The C-47's carried paratroopers of the First Allied Airborne Army. England.
 
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C-47 with troops from the US Army 82nd Airborne in operation "Market Garden" C-47 with troops from the US Army 82nd Airborne in operation "Market Garden"
C-47 transport  with troops from the US Army 82nd Airborne in operation "Market Garden" the largest airborne drop in military history. September 17, 1944
 
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Cromwell tank of the Guards Armoured Division at Nijmegen Cromwell tank of the Guards Armoured Division at Nijmegen
A Cromwell tank of the Guards Armoured Division, loaded with baggage, approaching Nijmegen, on Wednesday September 17, 1944. "Market Garden"
 
 
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Fc47s from the 99th Squadron towing Waco gliders into Holland Fc47s from the 99th Squadron towing Waco gliders into Holland
 Fc47s from the 99th Squadron towing Waco gliders towards Holland in Operation "Market Garden" for the largest airborne drop in military history. September 17, 1944.
 
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First U.S. Army look at a bomb crater on Remagen bridge First U.S. Army look at a bomb crater on Remagen bridge
Two engineers of the 9th Armored Division, First U.S. Army look at a bomb crater in a railroad bridge across the Rhine River at Remagen, Holland. "Market Garden".
 
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First U.S. Army look at Remagen bridge "Market  Garden" campaign, "A Bridge To Far" First U.S. Army look at Remagen bridge "Market Garden" campaign, "A Bridge To Far"
 The 9th Armored Division, First U.S. Army look at Remagen bridge across the Rhine River at Remagen, Holland.  Soldiers from the "Market  Garden" campaign called this "A Bridge To Far"
 
 
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General McAuliffe with the 101st Airborne "Market Garden" General McAuliffe with the 101st Airborne "Market Garden"
Brig. Gen. Anthony C. McAuliffe, artillery commander of the 101st Airborne Division, gives his various glider pilots last minute instructions before the take-off on D plus 1 "Market Garden". England, September 18, 1944. John Klosterman. (Army)
 
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German JU-52 bomber shot down near Nijmegen, Holland German JU-52 bomber shot down near Nijmegen, Holland
Corrugated skin and square topped tail identifies this aircraft as a JU-52 bomber shot down near Nijmegen, Holland. September 21, 1944 "Market Garden"
 
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Paratroops with 101st land in Holland Paratroops with 101st land in Holland
Parachutes open overhead as waves of paratroops land in Holland during operation "Market Garden" by the 101st  Airborne. September 1944.  
 
 
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Pilot from the in the 72nd Squadron of the 434th Troop Carrier Group Pilot from the in the 72nd Squadron of the 434th Troop Carrier Group
Glider pilot from the in the 72nd Squadron of the 434th Troop Carrier Group stand in front of crashed glider. Operation "Market Garden" the largest airborne drop in military history. September 17, 1944.
 
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Supply container landing on the Utrechtseweg at Division HQ Supply container landing on the Utrechtseweg at Division HQ
A supply container landing on the Utrechtseweg, near Divisional HQ, at the Hartenstein Hotel in Oosterbeek, Holland on Tuesday September 19, 1944. "Market Garden"
 
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U.S. 9th Armored Division with Distinguished Service Cross U.S. 9th Armored Division with Distinguished Service Cross
BG Thomas H. Harrold, Commanding General, U.S. 9th Armored Division in Germany stands with members of the division who are holders of the Distinguished Service Cross. Left to Right -  T/SGT Michael Clincher, Rochelle Park, NJ;  SGT William Goodson, Rushville, IN;  LT John Grimball, Columbus, SC;   CPT George P. Soumas; Perry, IA;  BG Thomas H. Harrold;  LT Karl Timmerman;  West Point, NB;   SSG Eugene Dorland;  Manhatten, KS;   SGT Joseph S. Petrinosik;  Berea, OH. "Market Garden"
 
 
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