Nijmegen – Railway bridge (2)

A British DUKW carries supplies and American paratroopers across the Waal river at Nijmegen, 30 September 1944.
Then image: http://www.iwm.org.uk
© IWM (B 10434)
No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit, Midgley, A. N. (Sergeant)



Nijmegen – Waalbridge (3)

17-pdr anti-tank gun of the 21st Anti-Tank Regiment, Guards Armoured Division, guards the approaches to Nijmegen Bridge, 21 September 1944.
Then image: http://www.iwm.org.uk
© IWM (B 10171)
No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit, Midgley, A. N. (Sergeant)

 

Nijmegen – Waalbridge (2)

Operation Market Garden: Soldiers moving through Nijmegen’s Hunner Park to the bridge over the Waal River. Shortly after being secured by the US 82nd Airborne Division.
Then image: Bundesarchive
Now image: WW2 Then in Now, Cor Sleutel

Nijmegen – Railway bridge (1)

DUKWs transport supplies across the River Waal at Nijmegen, below the railway bridge whose central span was broken by German frogmen using floating mines, 30 September 1944.
Then image: Imperial War Museum
Catalogue number: B 10435
Creator: No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit, Midgley, A. N. (Sergeant)
Now image: WW2 Then in Now, Cor Sleutel

Nijmegen – Waalbridge (1)

Nijmegen and Grave 17 – 20 September 1944: British engineers removing the charge which the Germans had set in readiness to blow the Nijmegen bridge.
Then image: Imperial War Museum
Catalogue number: B 10174
Creator: No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit, Midgley, A. N. (Sergeant)
Now image: WW2 Then in NOW, Cor Sleutel