Welcome to the Allied Artillery Units in the Netherlands 1944-1945 

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About the units of Royal Artillery-Royal Canadian Artillery-US Artillery-US/British Airborne Artillery- Polish 1st Armoured Division Artillery and the Artillery of 1st Belgium Brigade (Piron) who fought in the Netherlands during the period of September 1944- May 1945

 

Where possible information is given from War Diaries

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Hoensbroek, Holland, men of 463 Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion september 1944, in a valley between the Wilhelminastraat, Terveurdtweg Maarten Luther Kingstraat and the Buttingstraat, on the land of farmer Baetsen, The house on the right is Broekstraat 2, birthplace of Bernard Grothues, of Heemkundevereniging Hoensbroek who provide the information.
UPDATE 09-06-2015

774 US FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION


UPDATE 09-06-2015

53 HEAVY REGIMENT


UPDATE 09-06-2015

13 CANADIAN FIELD REGIMENT


UPDATE 07-07-2015

REGIMENTAL HISTORIES

283 FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION

408 BATTERY 123 LAA REGIMENT

53 HEAVY REGIMENT

463 ANTI AIRCRAFT ARTILLERY BN


UPDATE 26-07-2015

1ST AIRLANDING LIGHT REGIMENT RA


UPDATE 29-07-2015

2ND BATTERY D TROOP 1ST AIRLANDING LIGHT REGIMENT RA


UPDATE 10-08-2015

ROYAL ARTILLERY ROLL OF HONOUR STARTED


UPDATE 17-19-08-2015

MARKET GARDEN TOPIC STARTED, RELATING TO THE BRITISH AND US AIRBORNE UNITS DURING THE OPERATION.


UPDATE 22-08-2015

MARKET GARDEN TOPIC STARTED, RELATING TO THE BRITISH AND US AIRBORNE UNITS DURING THE OPERATION.


UPDATE 23-08-2015

POW QUESTIONNAIRE TOPICS IN MARKET GARDEN 1944


UPDATE 25-08-2015

E TROOP ACCOUNT 3 BATTERY 1ST AIRLANDING LIGHT REGIMENT IN

MARKET GARDEN 1944


UPDATE 30-08-2015

MARKET GARDEN 1944

1ST AIRLANDING LIGHT REGIMENT- 1ST and 2nd ANTI TANK BATTERY , AND POLISH ANTI TANK BATTERY

GLIDER RAID REPORTS ADDED





 

3 December 1944, 05.30hrs men of the 3 Super Heavy Regiment are preparing to fire their 240mm shells as part of a terrific barrage to open the Attack on Blerick, the town held by the Germans on the West Bank of the Maas (P. Reinders)