BATTLE MAPS OF OPERATION MARKET GARDEN HOLLAND 1944.
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Operation Market Garden History Battle Maps.
Market Garden was the Allied attempt to end the war before Christmas in 1944. On September 17th, 1944, the First Allied Airborne Army jumped into the Netherlands: American, British and Polish Airborne soldiers jumped along 'the corridor' road from Eindhoven up to Nijmegen and beyond Arnhem. At the same time XXX Corps moved up that same corridor road, that became known as Hells Highway.
These battlemaps are exact copies of the Original maps that were used during operation Market Garden, and beyond. They are perfectly detailed and a fantastic addition to any collection.
Re-printed from the actual US Army wartime map which was used during battles.
Technical details Battle Maps:
- Large A0 1189x840 mm
- Medium A1 840x594 mm
- Small A2 594x420 mm