A bridge too far…
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About This Project
The Battle of Arnhem was an airborne battle from 17 to 25 September 1944 and took place around the city of Arnhem, as part of Operation Market Garden.
It was the largest operation in Dutch territory during World War II.
It was for the Allies and the Netherlands largely a failure because the bridge could not be taken in Arnhem on the Rhine.
Partly because of the western Netherlands was not released and had to deal with the hunger winter.
This sign is made of authentic materials and is fitted with braces and authentic brass screws at the rear.
It is hand painted, it has the original font from 1945.
It comes with a VinSign certificate and a unique serial number.
Measurements: 655 x 230 mm
Price: € 85,00