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Men armed with Sten guns beside a jeep housing a Type 22 radio set A soldier defending a damaged house An airborne soldier holding a pistol in the Hartenstein Hotel A British soldier defending Divisional Headquarters A soldier takes aim with his Sten gun outside Divisional HQ

A mixed party of Independent Company men and glider pilots, at a house near the Stationsweg The grave of Corporal John "Max" Rodley of the 21st Independent Parachute Company A 1st Border soldier armed with a Sten gun Tea is boiled during a lull in the battle. Note the tennis courts in the background, where German prisoners were housed A 3-inch mortar crew of the 1st Border

One of the 1st Border's 3-inch mortars in action One of the Light Regiment's 75mm guns One of the Light Regiment's 75mm Pack Howitzers in action One of the Light Regiment's 75mm guns in action The crew of a 6-pound Anti-Tank gun in Oosterbeek

Two men of a 1st Border anti-tank crew in their foxhole A 6-pounder anti-tank gun in Oosterbeek A knocked out 17-pounder anti-tank gun A knocked out 17-pounder anti-tank gun in Oosterbeek A knocked-out 17-pounder anti-tank gun

A knocked-out French Renault tank on the Utrechtseweg A wrecked self-propelled gun on the Benedendorpsweg One of the German artillery pieces around Oosterbeek A German armoured vehicle edges forward into Oosterbeek Alan Wood, a War Correspondent with the Daily Express, types up a report during the battle

Alan Wood, a War Correspondent with the Daily Express, types up a report during the battle A Bren gun position in Oosterbeek A Vickers Medium Machine Gun crew covering part of the western side of the Oosterbeek Perimeter Men of the 1st Border on the Van Lennepweg, Wednesday 20th September Men of C Company, the 1st Border, on the Van Lennepweg

Major Neill and Lieutenant McCartney in their foxhole on the 20th September Two dead German soldiers on the Van Lennepweg A soldier looks on as a Jeep smoulders Two glider pilots clearing a ruined school Four glider pilots, armed with pistols and Sten's, patrolling through a ruined building

A wounded man being carried to a dressing station on Sunday 24th. His face has been scratched off the photograph by the official censor Stretcher bearers carry a wounded man into a dressing station John McGeough at Arnhem A soldier looks up at the sky, presumably during a resupply drop Entangled supply containers

Men opening a para pack that fell on target Men opening a para pack A British soldier unpacking an ammunition container 6-pounder anti-tank gun ammunition retrieved from a supply drop Stirlings drop supplies over the Perimeter

A supply drop Stirlings dropping supplies on the 19th or 20th September A supply container landing near Divisional HQ on Tuesday 19th September Soldiers, probably in the grounds of Divisional HQ, signalling RAF resupply aircraft Troops outside the Hartenstein Hotel, attempting to signal supply aircraft with parachutes

Airborne troops gathering supplies Supply containers, scattered over the railway line A British Jeep moving around Oosterbeek