Listening column - Surrounded in Uden

Explore more
{{distance}} {{unit}}
from your location

On September 22, 1944, when the vanguard of a battalion of U.S. paratroopers reaches Uden, German troops cut the road behind them. Consequently, these troops are surrounded that day in Uden. The battle for the advance route flares up at Duifhuis. This means the road to Arnhem is blocked for one whole day. Major supplies are seriously delayed. Operation Market Garden is threatened with failure. Two American comrades in arms are separated in the fighting.

Contact

Duifhuizerweg
Duifhuis
Plan your route

from your location

Nearby

Show results