Operation Market Garden

Arnhem 1944 - The Human Tragedy of the Bridge Too Far

REVIEW: Arnhem 1944 – The Human Tragedy of the Bridge Too Far

Although the tragedy at Arnhem and the failure of Operation Market Garden have been covered extensively here on Argunners.com and other websites it still remains a hot topic that draws interest from a wide audience. It would appear we have more to learn and understand from our tragedies than our successes. Makes sense to me. …

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Soldier Missing since Operation Market Garden Finally Found

The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) announced today that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, unaccounted for since World War II, have been identified and are being returned to his family for burial with full military honors. Army Pvt. John P. Sersha, 20, of Leoneth, Minnesota, will be buried May 28 in Eveleth, Minnesota. On …

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What Manner of Men

WATCH: What Manner of Men (WWII Shortfilm)

What Manner of Men When Flight Sergeant Richard Brown bails out over the Arnhem battlefield during Operation Market Garden, he finds himself in brutal fight on the ground, fighting a losing battle against superior German opposition. Can he persuade a stubborn handful of Airborne soldiers to surrender before it is too late? This shortfilm was …

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Driver John Kennel (Credits: Mod UK)

British soldiers KIA during Market Garden finally laid to rest

On 16 September two special ceremonies took place at Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery (“Airborne War Cemetery”) for two British soldiers who were killed in action during Operation Market Garden in 1944. In the morning at 10.30hrs a rededication service took place for Sapper Henry Sherwood who is now known to be buried in plot 23, row …

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