SEP 21 1944 Arnhem: British paratroopers continue to hold out: Men from Nos. 15 & 16 Platoons, 'C' Company, 1st Battalion Border Regiment, waiting in roadside ditches along the Van Lennepweg to repulse an attack by the enemy, who were barely a hundred yards away, Oosterbeek, 21 September.
The British Airborne Division At Arnhem And Oosterbeek In Holland, A Piat gun of 'C' Troop, 1st Airlanding Reconnaissance Squadron, in position behind a tree covering a road near Wolfheze, 18 September 1944.
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Men of No 3 Platoon, R Company, 1st Parachute Battalion, 1st (British) Airborne Division armed with Bren gun and No. 4 rifles defend a large shell hole outside Arnhem, during Operation 'Market Garden', 17th September 1944.