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The John Frost bridge was very important in World War II. The British tried to conquer the bridge under the command of General Montgommery. Although the British army bravely competed they had the bad luck that there was a big German SS Panzer battalion stationed...More
As a boy, I remember watching the film 'A Bridge Too Far' and never thought I'd actually get to see the place where it all happened. This is the place where the allies tried to end the war sooner by an ambitious drive through Holland...More
There is a museum located very close to the bridge which is definitely worthwhile if you are interested in reading about the history of this famous bridge. Free entry to the museum and the terraced stairs outside provide a nice place to sit and chill.