Schijndel – Hoofdstraat (3)

Vehicles of the allies in the Hoofdstraat, Schijdel in October 1944 with many damaged buildings such as the town hall.
Then image: https://www.heemkundekringschijndel.nl/
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Schijndel – Hoofdstraat (2)

The Scottish Highland Division in the streets of Schijndel with on the left the severly damaged Hotel Amicitia during Operation Market Garden, October 1944.
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Schijndel – Hoofdstraat (1)

An English tank in the Hoofdstraat in Schijdel during Operation Market Garden, in September 1944.
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Deurne – Kloosterstraat

Men of the King’s Shropshire Light Infantry march back from the front line for a four day rest , 26 October 1944.
Then image: © IWM B 11289
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Deurne – Haageind (2)

Universal carriers in Deurne during the advance towards Gemert, 26 September 1944.
Then image: © IWM B 10362
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Deurne – Haageind (1)

Sherman tanks of 11th Armoured Division in Deurne during the advance towards Gemert, 26 September 1944. Photo taken with a selfiestick in the air :-).
Then image: © IWM B 10358
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La Gleize (7)

La Gleize, Belgium.(December 1944) Panther Ausführung G with tactical number ‘221’.
This Panther was assembled and completed by MAN in September 1944,and was finally assigned to I Abteilung of SS-Panzer Regiment 1 (Kampfgruppe Peiper).
Heinz Knappich’s Panther with tactical number ‘221’ was finally abandoned in the center of La Gleize.
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La Gleize (6)

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Bastogne – Rue de Marche

Civilians evacutating the town of Bastogne while the 101st that got dropped with parachutes into the city setting up radio equipment and radars to guide supply planes. Bastogne, Belgium, 23th of December 1944
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Oisterwijk – Trainstation

Personnel of The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa and unidentified British soldiers preparing to board the first leave train en route to England, Oisterwijk, Netherlands,
31 December 1944.
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