The Brabant village Oisterwijk and Operation Market-Garden
Airborne troops in the Kampina accompanied by several resistance workers
the armed resistance group of Oisterwijk, September 1944.
Some Kampina airborne men show their German weaponry on October 25. This photo, that was on display at the wings of liberation museum at Son for many years was shot near Boxtel. Clear to sea are the airborne patches on the battledresses of the two American airborne men. The trooper to the right is wearing the 'Screaming Eagle’ insignia of the 101st Airborne Division and the trooper to the left the AA,
‘All-American’ insignia of the 82nd Airborne Division. Also pictured in this photo is a British airborne soldier with barret and insignia of the South Staffordshire Regiment.