While everything on this website has been written, drawn, scanned, and coloured in by myself, all the information on it has come from a variety of sources, without which this archive would have been extremely short. Books used for reference, hopefully not to the point of plagiarism are:
A Bridge Too Far, by Cornelius Ryan, published by Hamish Hamilton Ltd., 1974
A Drop Too Many, by Major-General John Frost, published by Cassell Ltd., 1980
Airborne Carpet, by Anthony Farrar-Hockley, published by Macdonald & Co. Ltd., 1970
Airborne Engineers, The Shiny 9th: An Illustrated History of the 9th (Airborne) Field Company Royal Engineers 1939-1945, by Patrick Pronk, published by R. N. Sigmond, 2001
Allied Infantry Weapons of World War Two, by Terry Gander, published by The Crowood Press Ltd., 2000
Arnhem, by Major-General Robert Urquhart, published by Cassell & Co Ltd., 1958
Arnhem 1944, by Martin Middlebrook, published by Penguin Books Ltd., 1995
Arnhem Doctor, by Stuart Mawson, published by Orbis Publishing Limited, London, 1981
Arnhem Sacrifice, by Colin Cummings, published by Nimbus Publishing
Arnhem Spearhead, by James Sims, published by the Imperial War Museum, 1978
Arnhem: The Battle Remembered, by Robert Jackson, published by Airlife Publishing, 1994
Arnhem: The Bridge, by Frank Steer, published by Leo Cooper, 2003
B Company Arrived, by David G. van Buggenum, published by R. N. Sigmund Publishing, 2003
Brotherhood of the Cauldron, by David Truesdale, published by Redcoat Publishing, 2002
By Air to Battle, prepared for the Air Ministry by the Ministry of Information, Crown Copyright, 1945
Campaign Series: Arnhem 1944, by Stephen Badsey, published by Osprey Publishing, 1993
First In! Parachute Pathfinder Company, by Ron Kent, published by B.T. Batsford Ltd, 1979
General Boy: The Life of Lieutenant General Sir Frederick Browning, by Richard Mead, published by Pen & Sword Military, 2010
Honour To The Airborne, Part 1 & 2, by David Buxton, published by Elmdon Publishing, 1985
I Was A Stranger, by General Sir John Hackett, published by Chatto & Windus, 1977
It Never Snows In September, by Robert J. Kershaw, published by The Crowood Press, 1990
Nearly There, by John Frost, published by Leo Cooper, 1991
Off At Last: An Illustrated History of the 7th (Galloway) Battalion The King's Own Scottish Borderers 1939-1945, by Robert Sigmond, published by Robert Sigmond, 1997
Orders of Battle - 2nd World War, republished by the London Stamp Exchange, 1990
Para! Fifty Years of the Parachute Regiment, by Peter Harclerode, published by BCA, 1992
Prisoners of War Armies and Other Land Forces of The British Empire 1939-45, published by J. B. Hayward & Son, 1990
Prisoners of War British Army 1939-45, published by J. B. Hayward & Son, 1990
Prisoners of War Naval And Air Forces of Great Britain and The Empire 1939-45, published by J. B. Hayward & Son, 1990
Red Berets '44, by Ellis Plaice, published by The Illustrated London News, 1994
Red Berets and Red Crosses: The story of the Medical Services in the 1st Airborne Division in World War II, by N. Cherry, published by R. N. Sigmond, 1998
Roll of Honour, compiled by J. A. Hey, published by the Society of Friends of the Airborne Museum, Oosterbeek, 1986
Salute to the Steadfast, by Harry Bankhead, published by Ramsay Press, 1999
The Devil's Birthday, by Geoffrey Powell, published by Buchan and Enright Publishers Ltd., 1984
The Grey Goose of Arnhem, by Leo Heaps, published by George Weidenfeld and Nicolson Limited, 1976
The Gunners at Arnhem, by Peter Wilkinson MC, published by Spurwing Publishing, 1999
The Paras: 50 Years of Courage, by David Reynolds, published by Express Newspapers plc, 1990
The Silken Canopy, by Major Victor Dover MC, published by Cassell Ltd., 1979
The Storm Boat Kings: The 23rd RCE at Arnhem 1944, by John Sliz, published by Vanwell Publishing Limited, 2009
The War Behind The Wire, by Patrick Wilson, published by Leo Cooper, 2000
When Dragons Flew: An illustrated history of The 1st Battalion the Border Regiment 1939-45, by Stuart Eastwood, Charles Gray, and Alan Green, published by the Regimental Museum in association with Silver Link Publishing Ltd., 1994
Who Was Who, by C. van Roekel, published by the Society of Friends of the Airborne Museum, Oosterbeek, 1992
Wings of the Wind, by Peter Stainforth, published by The Falcon Press Ltd., 1952
Photographs were scanned from the above books. Ownership has been acknowledged on each photograph where it is known.
Map outlines were taken from Arnhem 1944, by Martin Middlebrook, and The Devil's Birthday, by Geoffrey Powell.
Details in the Order of Battle section taken from Arnhem 1944, by Martin Middlebrook, A Bridge Too Far, by Cornelius Ryan, Campaign Series: Arnhem 1944, by Stephen Badsey, Arnhem: The Battle Remembered, by Robert Jackson, Arnhem Sacrifice by Colin Cummings, Red Berets and Red Crosses, by Niall Cherry, and Who Was Who, by C. van Roekel. Thanks also to HPS Simulations and Ucar Sayil Gundem.
Details in the Roll of Honour section taken from Roll of Honour, published by the Society of Friends of the Airborne Museum, Oosterbeek.
Details in the Awards section taken from Honour to the Airborne Part 1, by David Buxton, Who Was Who, by C. van Roekel, Arnhem Sacrifice, by Colin Cummings, and all the unit-specific books listed above. Unit details in Polish awards kindly supplied by Gary Jucha. War Diaries and citations for the Awards were painstakingly fished out of the National Archives by Andy Baker, and I'm deeply in his debt for providing me with a complete set of his findings.
Thanks to Andy Baker, Manuel Becker, Tom Buttress, Ramon de Heer, Bob Gerritsen, Alan Hartley, Bob Hilton, Hans Houterman, Gary Jucha, Mark Mason, Jim Ommeren, Peter and Philip of the Arnhem Battle Research Group, Thomas Roode, and Geert Staps.