Cromwell tanks of Guard's Armoured Division, British XXX Corps driving along 'Hell's Highway' toward Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944 — em Eindhoven, Vlokhovenseweg.

Cromwell tanks of Guard's Armoured Division drive along 'Hell's Highway' towards Nijmegen during Operation 'Market-Garden', 20 September 1944

Airborne soldier walking next to the railway line in Eindhoven on the 18th September 1944. Market Garden

Airborne soldier walking next to the railway line in Eindhoven on the September Market Garden

left: Sink (middle) marched into Eindhoven with his men to move the 506th command post to Eindhoven . This photo is made in Eindhoven, Frankrijkstraat. Easy Company. The Beginning

left: Sink (middle) marched into Eindhoven with his men to move the command post to Eindhoven . This photo is made in Eindhoven, Frankrijkstraat. The Beginning

Soldaten verbroederen met de gewone bevolking, 18 september 1944, Eindhoven

Soldaten verbroederen met de gewone bevolking, 18 september 1944, Eindhoven

A captured German 88mm gun in Eindhoven

The faces of freedom: Newly-found photos show joy of residents - and despair of Nazis - as allied troops liberate Dutch town after four years of occupation

Cromwell tanks of Guard's Armoured Division, British XXX Corps driving along 'Hell's Highway' toward Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944

[Photo] Cromwell tanks of Guard's Armoured Division, British XXX Corps driving along 'Hell's Highway' toward Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944

Cromwell tanks of Guard's Armoured Division, British XXX Corps driving along 'Hell's Highway' toward Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 20 Sep 1944

88mm dual purpose artillery piece captured in Eindhoven on 18 September, 1944

An actual shot of one of the dual purpose guns captured in Eindhoven on 18 September, The kill rings on the barrel of the weapon represent Allied planes or vehicles destroyed by the gun and its crew.

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

The faces of freedom: Newly-found photos show joy of residents - and despair of Nazis - as allied troops liberate Dutch town after four years of occupation

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

American soldiers of the 101st Airbourne Division relax after the battle for Eindhoven

The faces of freedom: Newly-found photos show joy of residents - and despair of Nazis - as allied troops liberate Dutch town after four years of occupation

American soldiers of the Airbourne Division relax after the battle for Eindhoven

British Guards Armoured division driving through Eindoven en route to Arnhem

The faces of freedom: Newly-found photos show joy of residents - and despair of Nazis - as allied troops liberate Dutch town after four years of occupation

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

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

The faces of freedom: Newly-found photos show joy of residents - and despair of Nazis - as allied troops liberate Dutch town after four years of occupation

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

Eindhoven, September 18th 1944  This picture is taken on Frankrijk Straat; just a few hundred yards South of the two German 88mm guns that "F"-Co./506th destroyed on Klooster Dreef. In the photo we see Colonel Robert F. Sink, the Commanding Officer of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, walking towards the center of Eindhoven.

Eindhoven, September 18th 1944 This picture is taken on Frankrijk Straat; just a few hundred yards South of the two German 88mm guns that "F"-Co./506th destroyed on Klooster Dreef. In the photo we see Colonel Robert F. Sink, the Commanding Officer of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, walking towards the center of Eindhoven.

18-9-1944

101ste Airborne Division

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.

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

The faces of freedom: Newly-found photos show joy of residents - and despair of Nazis - as allied troops liberate Dutch town after four years of occupation

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

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