MLRS maps collection
Fighting vehicles in World War II
AFVs in World War II
Operation Market Garden
On 17th September 1944 the largest ever airborne operation in World War II got under way. Linked to a drive by XXX Corps under General Horrocks, Montgomery's plan was to lay an 'airborne carpet'Â through which the ground forces could fight their way forward over 60 miles of German-occupied Holland and finish in Arnhem, with a Rhine bridge captured, access to the North German Plain and the Ruhr, and eventually, Berlin.
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