András Stöckert

András Stöckert

András Stöckert
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Slag om Arnhem 1944

Slag om Arnhem 1944

Hotel Hartenstein, Arnhem - Then & Now - 1944 & 2003

Hotel Hartenstein, Arnhem - Then & Now - 1944 & 2003

German prisoners of war walk past the tank “Churchill” in Arnhem (Holland), April 1945

German prisoners of war walk past the tank “Churchill” in Arnhem (Holland), April 1945

With the lost of Arnhem, Nijmegen became the new front line, which remained until a few months before the end of the war. #WW2

With the lost of Arnhem, Nijmegen became the new front line, which remained until a few months before the end of the war. #WW2

Operation Market - Garden, the Bridge at Arnhem after the battle.

Operation Market - Garden, the Bridge at Arnhem after the battle.

"Market-Garden" operation part "Garden". British anti-tank gun from XXX Corps near the bridge in Nijmegen. September 1944.

"Market-Garden" operation part "Garden". British anti-tank gun from XXX Corps near the bridge in Nijmegen. September 1944.

British troopers from the 89th Field Security Section with a German POW outside of Arnhem.

British troopers from the 89th Field Security Section with a German POW outside of Arnhem.

Dutch nurses wave at passing British vehicles during the liberation of Eindhoven, 19 September 1944.

Dutch nurses wave at passing British vehicles during the liberation of Eindhoven, 19 September 1944.

Fourth day of operation "Market Garden". British XXX Corps of the truck blew up after being hit by a German shell on the road of Eindhoven in Nijmegen, which received the nickname "the hellish Freeway. After the explosion on the Road stopped and stood up from the city cars San (Son) in Holland to the Belgian border. In a roadside pit seen fleeing German bombardment of Allied soldiers. 20th September 1944.

Fourth day of operation "Market Garden". British XXX Corps of the truck blew up after being hit by a German shell on the road of Eindhoven in Nijmegen, which received the nickname "the hellish Freeway. After the explosion on the Road stopped and stood up from the city cars San (Son) in Holland to the Belgian border. In a roadside pit seen fleeing German bombardment of Allied soldiers. 20th September 1944.

World War II - Arnhem Bridge

World War II - Arnhem Bridge