Recall a moment in history: The decisions embodied in the plan were being executed. By the time a seemingly sacrosanct decision was reversed, military casualties exceeded 10,000, as many civilians died from forced evacuation and the starvation that followed. The plan might have ended World War II by Christmas of 1944. Yet Operation Market Garden fell far short of its objectives. It became known as "A Bridge Too Far." 1
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