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September 19th, 1944; The house I would be born and raised in 33 years later...History...

September The house I would be born and raised in 33 years later.

A scout car from the Household Cavalry of the Guards Armoured Division. The first British vehicle to arrive in Eindhoven on their desperate push to relieve Arnhem

Newly-found photos show 101 Airborne and XXX Corps troops liberate Dutch town Eindhoven

British Guards Armoured division driving through Eindoven en route to Arnhem, Around 2,500 soldiers were left on the wrong side of the Rhine but were heroically rescued by boat in a night-time evacuation under the noses of the Germans

British Guards Armoured division driving through Eindoven en route to Arnhem, Around soldiers were left on the wrong side of the Rhine but were heroically rescued by boat in a night-time evacuation under the noses of the Germans

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Soldiers of the Airborne Division. The paratroopers, who took part in Operation Market Garden, landed just north of Eindhoven. They come on foot through the Woenselse crossing south towards the city center.

Eindhoven, Holland

The real Band of Brothers: Easy Company, Parachute Infantry Regiment, US Airborne Division - Telegraph

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British Guards Armoured division driving through delighted locals in Eindoven en route to Arnhem

Newly discovered photographs shed a light on the short-lived liberation of Eindhoven 68 years ago.

Liberation Eindhoven, 18th September 1944, depicting vanguard units of Gen. Horrocks XXX-Corps and the 506th Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.

Liberation Eindhoven, September depicting vanguard units of Gen. Horrocks XXX-Corps and the Regiment, Airborne Division.

British Guards Armoured division driving through delighted locals in Eindoven en route to Arnhem

They show troops celebrating with locals, right, and German prisoners being rounded up, left.

British troops pushing through the grateful crowds in Eindhoven

Newly discovered photographs shed a light on the short-lived liberation of Eindhoven 68 years ago. They show troops celebrating with locals, right, and German prisoners being rounded up, left.

Eugene E. Gilbreath We  Tom Peeters is credit, for identifying PFC Eugene Elbert "Gene" Gilbreath of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment. he can be seen relaxing with his 2nd Battalion HQ-Company buddies on the day their regiment captured Eindhoven; September 18th 1944. "Now-"photo taken in Nijmegen in 2009 when Gene visited Holland.

Eugene E. Gilbreath We Tom Peeters is credit, for identifying PFC Eugene Elbert "Gene" Gilbreath of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment. he can be seen relaxing with his 2nd Battalion HQ-Company buddies on the day their regiment captured Eindhoven; September 18th 1944. "Now-"photo taken in Nijmegen in 2009 when Gene visited Holland.