Martin Middlebrook


Viking Ltd, London.



First Edition:


Product Ref /: 331


Hardback with dust-jacket. Grey cloth boards. Cover is in good order as is the dust-jacket which is protected by a plastic sleeve. Jacket is unclipped and in good condition. There is a few library stamps in the book, which are located at the front on the endpaper and one on the title page. There are 501 pages including the index. The book is well illustrated throughout with black and white pictures/plates. All the pages are in good clean condition throughout the book. The innerboards, endpapers and hinges are in good order. The binding is tight and square. Overall in good condition for ex-library book.


ARNHEM 1944 is the story of the "The Airbourne Divisions" and the Parachute Regiments that part in Operation Market Garden on September 17th to 26th September 1944. With the hope that being dropped behind enemy lines and being able to capture valuable and important bridges for the landing troops at Normandy and thus ending the war sooner. This is a great insight to the battle and hand to hand combat that the British Soldiers endured. A remarkable failure that lost many a life.

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