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Rhineland Campaign

The Allied advance from Paris to the Rhine was one of the final Allied phases in World War II of the Western European Campaign.

This phase spans from the end of the Operation Overlord and the Northern France Campaign (14 September 1944) and includes Operation Market Garden, thr Battle of the Scheldt, Operation Veritable and Grenade and the Crossing of the Rhine (Operation Varsity and Plunder).

Allied Advance from Paris to the Rhine

Allied Advance from Paris to the Rhine

The Allied advance from Paris to the Rhine was one of the final Allied phases in the Second World War of the Western European Campaign. This phase spans from the end of Operation Overlord (25 August 1944) ...
Operation MARKET GARDEN 1944

Operation MARKET GARDEN 1944

Operation Market Garden (17–25 September 1944) was an unsuccessful Allied military operation, fought in the Netherlands and Germany in the Second World War. It was the largest airborne operation ...
Operations Veritable and Grenade - The Rhineland Jan/Feb 1945

Operations Veritable and Grenade - The Rhineland Jan/Feb 1945

Known as the last great 'stand-up fight' of the Second World War, the battle for the Rhineland was brutal in the extreme. Eisenhower's 'broad front' policy called for the whole of the Rhineland to be taken ...
Operations Varisty and Plunder - Rhine Crossing March 1945

Operations Varisty and Plunder - Rhine Crossing March 1945

The Rhine Crossings of 1945 were, according to Churchill, the start of the last great heave of the war. No invading army had crossed this great river since Napoleon's in 1805. The task fell to Field Marshal ...

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