Profile under development. Read More Service History Date not knownOfficer Commanding (OC) A Coy 2nd Parachute Battalion (Major) Operations Event Arnhem (Operation Market Garden) 1st Allied Airborne Corps, which included the American 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions, was tasked to secure the main canal and river crossings between Eindhoven and Arnhem. Share Share on FacebookTweet this on Twitter Photos_1 Enlarge Details Shelter house used by Major Digby Tatham-Warter prior to Pegasus 1 in 1944, Ede 2012. 1 Image Buy Prints Group photos_2 Enlarge Details Group photograph of A Company, 2nd Parachute Battalion, Easton Hall, Lincs, June 1944. 1 Image Enlarge Enlarge Details Group photograph of Officers of 2nd Para Bn, 1944 2 Images Buy Prints Documents_1 Details P+ Maj Tatham Warter's Evasion Report. 2nd Para Bn. 5 Items Post-combat reports_1 Enlarge Enlarge Enlarge Enlarge Enlarge Enlarge Enlarge Details Account of the 2nd Battalion’s Operations in Arnhem 17 September 1944, by Maj A D Tatham-Warter DSO. 7 Items Letters and Cards_2 Enlarge Details Letter from Maj Digby Tatham-Warter to Mrs Baverstock, October 1944. 1 Item Enlarge Details Letter form Major A Digby Tatham-Warter DSO to Pte Stephen Morgan's mother, November 1944. 1 Item View all media Add content to this article Latest Comments There are currently no comments for this content. Add your comment Add Comment In order to add comments you must be registered with ParaData. If you are currently a ParaData member please login. If you are not currently a ParaData member but wish to get involved please register.