'No Circus could rival this'
Men were training for the Second Front.
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THE GLIDER IN THE RIVER DIVES AT BURES ON D-DAY. By. Cpl. (later Dr) R.A. ‘Tony’ Leake. Late 1980’s.
“In September 1944 we were in Nissen huts in the village of BURFORD and flew to ARNHEM from BROADWELL aerodrome.
When 1st Airborne Division deployed to Arnhem as part of Operation Market Garden, the Division was supplemented by nearly 600 Airborne medical personnel.
An article in the Airborne Engineers Association Newsletter, January 1998, by Historian, Fred Gray.
After Arnhem. 24th and 25th October 1944 .
Wartime By Norman V. Ward
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