Operation Market Garden
Watts, M. 2012. Operation Market Garden.
In September 1944, the allies undertook the largest ever airborne operation, apparently in an effort to capitalise on the German withdrawal from France and Belgium and end the war in the west by encircling the Ruhr. But what really lay behind this most audacious and daring attempt to finish the war in 1944? Inter allied rivalry, at the highest levels of military command, and the pursuit of personal ambition, will be discussed to reveal some of the reasons for failure and the post war bitterness it engendered.
|Conference||Operation Market Garden|
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|Deposited||02 Aug 2018|
|Completed||10 Jun 2012|
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