This is a good book covering the German perspective for Operation Market-Garden. It really shows how much the German command had to improve to organize such a defense, and in such a timely manner. The maps included in this specific version are a bit lacking (some good maps are included, but there aren't enough of them), and the author skips some of the introductory material, which could confuse readers who don't know much about Market-Garden (though this shouldn't be the first book they read on it, anyway). Works great as a complement to A Bridge Too Far. Definitely recommended for those interested on the German side of the battle.
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