Map of the Netherlands with town of Hertogenbosch highlighted. Infantry move through the town of Oisterwijk, Netherlands, transported in "Kangaroo" armored personnel carriers of the 1st Canadian Armored Carrier Regiment. They are followed by armored vehicles of Squadron B,15th (Scottish) Reconnaissance Regiment. 15th (Scottish) Infantry Division Commander, Major General Sir Collin Muir (Tiny) Barber consults with two of his commanders at a river crossing in Moergestel (He is good-naturedly called "Tiny" because he is the tallest officer in the British Army. One of the officers with him may be Major Gordon or Major Mills.) British troops set up a battery of artillery and fire at German positions. British troops cross a canal in boats, while Churchill tanks and bren guns provide supporting fire. Soldiers climb the canal bank and proceed toward town of Boxtel. Several columns of the British 2nd Army proceed towards Hertogenbosch. Buildings on fire due to bombardment. British forces employ a flame-throwing (Crocodile) Churchill tank. Members of the 15th (Scottish) Reconnaissance Regiment rescue civilians trapped in an air raid shelter. Fire and smoke rises. British tanks enter the town of Hertogenbosch. Liberated citizens come from hiding after the battle.
British soldiers fight the German Army to liberate the city of Hertogenbosch in Holland from Nazi occupation, during World War II. Line of British tanks moves on road which has a signboard written 'Hertogenbosch'. Dead horses and Germans lying on ground by the side of road. A civilian carves carcass of a dead horse. Corpses of German soldiers lay on ground.
British soldiers fight the German Army to liberate the city of Hertogenbosch in Holland from Nazi occupation during World War II. British soldiers advance into outskirts of burning city with several homes aflame. They help extinguishing fire and rescue an old woman. British Churchill tanks advance in fields firing at Germans. British soldiers walk with captured German soldier near an armored vehicle. Houses set afire by Germans. British soldiers crawl in a trench and walk towards a house and drop down as an attack is launched on them. A wrecked German StuH42 SP Howitzer near the house with the corpse of its driver in it.
British soldiers fight the German Army to liberate the city of Hertogenbosch in Holland from Nazi occupation, during World War II. British soldiers carry an assault boat under the cover of machine gun fire. Soldiers sit in the boat and row it across a river channel. They take their positions behind a ridge and cautiously advance. Churchill tanks fire from wooded areas. Troops advance under cover of heavy firing, cross canal and bridge. Soldiers stand by the side of a tank on the roads of city.
British soldiers fight German Army to liberate the city of Hertogenbosch in Holland from Nazi occupation during World War II. British soldiers throw a torn German flag from damaged church steeple on the ground and stamp upon it. Civilians return to the city after Allied take it over. German prisoners march under guard. Large number of surrendered German soldiers stands in an open ground near a machine gun.
Allied troops in Holland during World War II. Jeeps towing equipment move along a road. Civilians cheer. Houses along the sides of a street. A sign board reads: 'Hertogenbosch, Nijmegen and Eindhoven'. British XXX Corps tanks roll through streets. Local spectators stand on both sides of the street.
This town is Son, just north of Eindhoven