Lieutenant Jack Bromley a para platoon leader moves forward.
Sgt. Dennis Smith kneels down to film some of the action during the doomed battle.
Another para, perhaps in the same patrol as MG037, edges carefully on, Sten Gun in one hand…signaling behind with the other.
The commanding officer of 2 Para and the man who led the valiant but ultimately doomed defense of one end of the famous bridge which now bears his name. Here...
9th Airborne Field Company Royal Engineers. Tom flew by glider to Arnhem where his section joined Col. Frost’s men at the bridge on the evening of 17 September. After much...
Bill Bloys was one of Col.Frost’s "Close Protection" group during the battle and stayed with him throughout the action at the bridge. Our figure portrays him using a Bren Gun...
A pair of British Paras doing what Paratroopers regularly do!
Lt. Cleminson was in charge of No.5 Platoon of “B” Company, 3 Para during the Arnhem operation. As he led his platoon forward a German Citroen Staff Car suddenly appeared...
Perhaps one of General Kussin’s assailants..?
Sergeant Glider Pilot (Glider Pilot Regt)
Alert for action! As this para lowers his Lee Enfield .303 his finger is still on the trigger.
Every captured soldier has to empty his pockets and hand it all to his captors for inspection ... Another Glider Pilot goes “into the bag”.
Surrender and Search Out of ammunition ... food ... water ... and luck! This Para, hands on head, is marched to the rear accompanied by his Waffen SS captor.
Three lying prone British paratroopers... In the centre lies the ‘Bren Gunner’ flanked on either side by another Para with the Lee Enfield rifle and one more with the Sten...
Moving forward the Para with the Sten prepares to throw a grenade at the enemy while his mate carries the Lee Enfield rifle.
Each Parachute Battalion had a heavy weapons troop of eight 3-inch mortars and four Vickers Machine Guns... Here sits one of the British paratroopers behind his Vickers.