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'''Arnhem''' is a city in the Dutch province of Gelderland, lying on the north bank of the Neder Rijn (Lower Rhine) river. It was the scene of a major battle during [[Operation Market Garden]] in September 1944, when British and allied paratroop forces captured its strategic road bridge before being overwhelmed by German forces in the area.
 
'''Arnhem''' is a city in the Dutch province of Gelderland, lying on the north bank of the Neder Rijn (Lower Rhine) river. It was the scene of a major battle during [[Operation Market Garden]] in September 1944, when British and allied paratroop forces captured its strategic road bridge before being overwhelmed by German forces in the area.
  
 
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[[Category:Dutch Cities and Towns]]

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Arnhem is a city in the Dutch province of Gelderland, lying on the north bank of the Neder Rijn (Lower Rhine) river. It was the scene of a major battle during Operation Market Garden in September 1944, when British and allied paratroop forces captured its strategic road bridge before being overwhelmed by German forces in the area.