|Title:||Hell's Highway: U.S. 101st Airborne -1944 (Battleground Europe)|
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|ePUB size:||1689 kb|
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|Publisher:||Pen and Sword Military (May 18, 2009)|
Hell's Highway, which covers the dramatic events on the Eindhoven-Veghel stretch of highway in Holland on 10-26 September 1944, is one of the better Battleground Europe titles. It was the battle for the highway that ultimately decided the outcome of the Allies daring but risky Operation Market-Garden. Once the additional planned volumes on Nijmegen and the Island are completed, this volume on Hell's Highway will be part of an important new historical trilogy that breaks the campaign down into distinct phases. This volume consists of 11 chapters, starting with the coup de main seizure of "Joe's Bridge" by the Irish Guards on 10 September 1944.
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As the 101st Airboren Division secured Eindhoven and Veghel at the start of Operation Market-Garden, its battles in Holland were only just beginning. In broad daylight the three parachute infantry regiments of the 101st Airborne Division descended with amazing accuracy on designated drop zones in Nazi-occupied Holland. It was September 17, 1944, and the Screaming Eagles were to play a vital role in Operation Market-Garden. Disorganized German units retreated before them.
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