”Christer Bergström’s two volumes on Market Garden is an excellent work. One of the best, if not the best, about Market Garden. That man has done a very good job.”
– Dr Jan Brouwer, acknowledged as one of the foremost experts on Operation Market Garden.
All previous published accounts of Operation ”Market Garden” end the main story with the evacuation of the British airborne troops from Oosterbeek – which obscures the fact that Operation Market Garden at that time was still to be regarded as essentially a great success. It was only due to the following development of events (including the battle at Overloon in October 1944) that meant that the strategic success of Operation Market Garden could not be utilized to end the war before the turn of the year 1944.
This is a story that has never been told before, and which is described and analysed in detail in the concluding Volume 2 of Christer Bergström’s ”Arnhem 1944”.
”This two volume set has to be the most complete history of the struggle I have ever seen. Congratulations to Christer Bergstrom for this monumental feat!”
– Andy Nunez, editor of Against the Odds Magazine, on Volume 2 of Arnhem 1944.
”Military-historian Christer Bergström treats the source material with excellence and puts common images and myths of this battle into question. An extensive source and note list, photos, fact boxes, QR-coded film and sound clips supplement the text of this impressive work in two volumes about operation Market Garden. In summary – brilliant.”
– Svensk Bibliotekstjänst (Swedish Library Service), on Volume 2.
For more on these two volumes, see Volume 1 here.
See the Swedish edition of Volume 2 (published in 2018) here.
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