The Brabant village Oisterwijk and Operation Market Garden
The Catharinenberg convent for nuns in Poiterstraat. Here the Germans had located a field dressing station in the girls’ school building.
German troops at the leather company
German and Ostlegion soldiers at the leather company.
The leather company grounds adjacent to the railway line Tilburg-Boxtel.
Film of the German WVA in Oisterwijk (no sound)
Ostlegion soldiers in Oisterwijk.
Warning sign for trespassing in German and Dutch on a tree near the German ammunitiondepot in the Oisterwijk woods
Storage of goods at the German army medical supply depot in Oisterwijk called WVA Wehrmacht Verplegungs Amt.
The leather company photographed from the curch steeple of the St. Petrus Banden.
Brick roads throughout the Oisterwijk woods made by the German army can still be found today under a small layer of sand.
A German grease pit from the NKKS, the German transport unit.
It is still visible in the Oisterwijk woods.
Film footage of Germans in Oisterwijk (no sound)
Germans make a road trip to Eindhoven departing from the area near the city of s’-Hertogenbosch. From Eindhoven the trip then went to Tilburg by train, but before arriving in this city the train stopped at the Oisterwijk train station. (no sound)