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Published: 09/09/2015
MLRS maps collection

Fighting vehicles in World War II
Published: 01/09/2015
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' 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.