Reporter Alan Wood of the Daily Express writes a report in the woods near Oosterbeek.

From day to day

in Arnhem

The day-by-day battle report forms the heart of this website. Below, and in the menu at the top of the site, you will find the pages about the course of the battle.

After the battle

After operation Market Garden ended in failure, the area on the north of the Lower Rhine was still occupied by German forces. The allies held the south bank. Arnhem was the frontline untill it was liberated in april 1945.

Here you can read some articles that tell you what happened after the end of Market Garden. Keep reading..


Air dropping during Market Garden.
After the Battle of Arnhem, there was only one person who thought Market Garden was a success. Montgomery stated that Operation Market Garden was a 90 percent success. After all, the Allies had managed to conquer 90 percent of the road to Arnhem.

When Prince Bernhard heard this, he reportedly declared: “My country cannot afford another of Montgomery’s successes…”

All the ‘epilogue articles’ on this site can be found here.

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