Operation Market Garden – 75 years on

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A selection of Arnhem titles, including new releases and old favourites
The Americans from Normandy to the German Border Surgeon at Arms The Battle for Arnhem 1944-1945 Arnhem

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Arnhem and the Aftermath Major And Mrs Holt’s Battlefield Guide To Operation Market Garden The Island Airmen of Arnhem

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Sons of the Reich United States Airborne Divisions, 1942–2018 The Glider Pilot Regiment DVD With Recce at Arnhem

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The Human Tragedy of the Bridge Too Far…

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Out now, published by Frontline Books: Arnhem 1944 – The Human Tragedy of the Bridge Too Far by Dilip Sarkar MBE.

The airborne battle for the bridges across the Rhine at Arnhem ranks amongst the Second World War’s most famous actions – inspiring innumerable books and the star-studded 1977 movie. This book, however, is unique: deeply moved, the author provides a fresh narrative and approach – concentrating on the tragic stories of individual casualties.

These men were killed at different junctures in the fighting, often requiring forensic analysis to ascertain their fates. Wider events contextualise the author’s primary focus – effectively ‘resurrecting’ casualties through describing their backgrounds, previous experience, and tragic effect on their families. In particular, the emotive and unresolved issue of the many still ‘missing’ is explored.

During the course of his research, the author made numerous trips to Arnhem and Oosterbeek, travelled miles around the UK, and spent countless hours communicating with the relatives of casualties – achieving their enthusiastic support. This detailed work, conducted sensitively and with dignity, ensures that these moving stories are now recorded for posterity.

This raw, personal, side of war, the hopes and fears of ordinary men thrust into extraordinary circumstances, is both deeply moving and revealing: no longer are these just names carved on headstones or memorials in a distant land. Through this thorough investigative work, supported by those who remember them, the casualties live again, their silent voices heard through friends, relatives, comrades and unpublished letters.

Visit the author’s website for details of 75th anniversary events

Operation Market Garden eBooks from only 99p
The Story of the Guards Armoured Division Captured at Arnhem Air Battle for Arnhem Hell’s Highway

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The Devil’s Birthday Men at Arnhem Nijmegen A Tour Of The Arnhem Battlefields

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Escape from Arnhem Glider Pilots at Arnhem A Drop too Many Arnhem 1944

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Arnhem bundle offers – save on books and DVDs
Order all four Air War Market Garden titles for only £47.49
Air War Market Garden: A Bridge Too Far Air War Market Garden: Shrinking Perimeter Air War Market Garden: So Near and Yet So Far Air War Market Garden: The Build Up to the Beginning

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Click to order all four hardbacks in the series, saving 50% off RRPs

Half-price Operation Market Garden six-DVD Collection
Arnhem- Battle for the Island and Evacuation Nijmegen Arnhem – Battle of the Woods

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Arnhem – The Battle for the Bridges Arnhem – Battle of the Oosterbeek Perimeter: Market Garden Collection Hell’s Highway: Market Garden Collection

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Click to order all six DVDs in the collection for only £43.39

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