Vernietigde Duitse tank in de Weverstraat in Oosterbeek.

Vernietigde Duitse tank in de Weverstraat in Oosterbeek.

Soldiers from the 9th SS Panzer Division Hohenstaufen and StuG III’s from Sturmgeschütz-Brigade 280 advance on the Onderlangs and the Utrechtseweg street in Arnhem, Netherlands in a mop up operation against British positions on 19 September 1944.

Then and Now Utrechtseweg, Arnhem, 19 September 1944

A German assault gun in the Oosterbeek battle.

Operation Market Garden - Sturmhaubitze a variant of Sturmgeschütz III with 105 mm gun, camouflaged in Arnhem. A parachute with supply in the foreground, which content was intended for the British, fell into German hands.

A disabled Königstiger in Weverstraat in Oosterbeek.

Operation 'Market Garden' - A destroyed Tiger II in Oosterbeek. It was knocked out by British troops with PIAT anti-tank weapons.

Operation Market Garden, Arnhem, Ww2, United Kingdom, British Army, Ruins, Soldiers, Holland, Battle

Operation Market Garden, Arnhem, Ww2, United Kingdom, British Army, Ruins, Soldiers, Holland, Battle

Weverstraat, Oosterbeek, 1944

Weverstraat, Oosterbeek, 1944

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24 September 1944. The eight day of fighting. A German unit is making another attempt to infiltrate the British perimeter at the Weverstraat, Oosterbeek.

24 September The eight day of fighting. A German unit is making another attempt to infiltrate the British perimeter at the Weverstraat, Oosterbeek.

Een LZ voor gliders vanuit de lucht gefotografeerd. Opvallend is hoe nauwkeurig de piloten hun gliders aan de grond hebben gezet.

Reconnaissance aerial photo showing British Horsa and Hamilcar gliders on Landing Zone 'Z' near Wolfheze woods, west-north-west of Arnhem, Operation Market Garden, 17 September (Imperial War Museum)

■ Soldiers from the 9. SS Panzer Division Hohenstaufen and StuG III’s from Sturmgeschütz-Brigade 280 advance on the Utrechtseweg street in Arnhem, Netherlands in a mop up operation against British positions on 19 September 1944.

Soldiers from the SS Panzer Division Hohenstaufen and StuG III’s from Sturmgeschütz-Brigade 280 advance on the Onderlangs and the Utrechtseweg street in Arnhem, Netherlands in a mop up operation against British positions on 19 September

Soldiers from the 9. SS Panzer Division Hohenstaufen and StuG III’s from Sturmgeschütz-Brigade 280 advance on the Utrechtseweg street in Arnhem, Netherlands in a mop up operation against British positions on 19 September 1944.

Soldiers from the SS Panzer Division Hohenstaufen and StuG III’s from Sturmgeschütz-Brigade 280 advance on the Onderlangs and the Utrechtseweg street in Arnhem, Netherlands in a mop up operation against British positions on 19 September

A German StuG III rolls past a British parachute, belonging to a supply container, in Oosterbeek. #WW2

A German StuG III rolls past a British parachute, beloning to a supply container, in Oosterbeek

Waffen SS with abandoned British airborne jeeps in Arnhem

Drop & Landingszones First Lift

Drop & Landingszones First Lift

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