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  • An American paratrooper of the 505th PIR, 82nd Airborne, completes his parachute landing fall on drop zone “N”, September 17th, 1944.
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75 Years Ago today, one of the most infamous Allied operations of the war commenced. Operation Market Garden’s objective was to bypass the formidable Siegfried Line, cross the Rhine, overrun V1/V2 launch sites, and then open a corridor into Germany. The Airborne element (Market) would capture bridges and hold them, opening a route for XXX Corps to drive through (Garden.)
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Several divisions of the 1st Allied Airborne landed along Highway 69 (later to be known as Hell’s Highway) and quickly moved out to their objectives. The 101st Airborne landed near perfectly and were able to capture several canals and bridges the first day; however on approach to the Son bridge, faced heavy fire, enabling the Germans to destroy the bridge. The 82nd Airborne faced a similar situation, capturing all their objectives except one, the bridge over the Waal River in Nijmegen. The 508th PIR failed to secure it the first day, instead taking canals in the surrounding area, securing the Groesbeek heights, and setting a roadblock just inside of Nijmegen. This enabled SS units to occupy the opposite banks of the Waal. It would not be until  days later and at a heavy price the bridge would be captured. Meanwhile, elements of the 1st Airborne Division (British) moved off their drop zone and tried to move into Arnhem. On the outskirts of their DZ, they encountered relatively heavy resistance from a German training unit which was in the area as the landings commenced. This slowed down the British advance into the city, enabling two SS divisions to take up defensive positions across the Arnhem bridge. Only the men of a Colonel Frost were able to reach the bridge and set up defensive positions. Here they would fight gallantly for the next few days before being all but wiped out. XXX Corps pushed off along the Dutch border that same day, encountering initial heavy resistance. Within 2 days, they were at Son (where a pontoon bridge would be built by Sappers on the 19th) and pushing towards the 82nd’s Sector.
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CAPTION CONTINUED BELOW!
  • An American paratrooper of the 505th PIR, 82nd Airborne, completes his parachute landing fall on drop zone “N”, September 17th, 1944.
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    75 Years Ago today, one of the most infamous Allied operations of the war commenced. Operation Market Garden’s objective was to bypass the formidable Siegfried Line, cross the Rhine, overrun V1/V2 launch sites, and then open a corridor into Germany. The Airborne element (Market) would capture bridges and hold them, opening a route for XXX Corps to drive through (Garden.)
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    Several divisions of the 1st Allied Airborne landed along Highway 69 (later to be known as Hell’s Highway) and quickly moved out to their objectives. The 101st Airborne landed near perfectly and were able to capture several canals and bridges the first day; however on approach to the Son bridge, faced heavy fire, enabling the Germans to destroy the bridge. The 82nd Airborne faced a similar situation, capturing all their objectives except one, the bridge over the Waal River in Nijmegen. The 508th PIR failed to secure it the first day, instead taking canals in the surrounding area, securing the Groesbeek heights, and setting a roadblock just inside of Nijmegen. This enabled SS units to occupy the opposite banks of the Waal. It would not be until days later and at a heavy price the bridge would be captured. Meanwhile, elements of the 1st Airborne Division (British) moved off their drop zone and tried to move into Arnhem. On the outskirts of their DZ, they encountered relatively heavy resistance from a German training unit which was in the area as the landings commenced. This slowed down the British advance into the city, enabling two SS divisions to take up defensive positions across the Arnhem bridge. Only the men of a Colonel Frost were able to reach the bridge and set up defensive positions. Here they would fight gallantly for the next few days before being all but wiped out. XXX Corps pushed off along the Dutch border that same day, encountering initial heavy resistance. Within 2 days, they were at Son (where a pontoon bridge would be built by Sappers on the 19th) and pushing towards the 82nd’s Sector.
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    CAPTION CONTINUED BELOW!
  • 6,831 72 17 September, 2019
  • Koninklijke Burgers’ Zoo is in het voetbalseizoen 2019/2020 samen met het Nederlands Openluchtmuseum hoofdsponsor van Vitesse. Dit jaar herdenkt de stad Arnhem dat de Slag om Arnhem precies 75 jaar geleden heeft plaatsgevonden. 
In dit bijzondere jubileumjaar hebben drie echte Arnhemse organisaties elkaar gevonden en dragen zij gezamenlijk hun trots op Arnhem uit. Vandaag werd de elftalfoto genomen tussen de giraffen, zebra’s en antilopen van Burgers’ Safari: een speciale ervaring voor Vitesse!

#vitesse #burgerszoo #openluchtmuseum #eredivisie #safari #giraffe #zebra #arnhem
  • Koninklijke Burgers’ Zoo is in het voetbalseizoen 2019/2020 samen met het Nederlands Openluchtmuseum hoofdsponsor van Vitesse. Dit jaar herdenkt de stad Arnhem dat de Slag om Arnhem precies 75 jaar geleden heeft plaatsgevonden.
    In dit bijzondere jubileumjaar hebben drie echte Arnhemse organisaties elkaar gevonden en dragen zij gezamenlijk hun trots op Arnhem uit. Vandaag werd de elftalfoto genomen tussen de giraffen, zebra’s en antilopen van Burgers’ Safari: een speciale ervaring voor Vitesse!

    #vitesse #burgerszoo #openluchtmuseum #eredivisie #safari #giraffe #zebra #arnhem
  • 1,177 15 18 September, 2019

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  • So many things went sideways for the Allies during Market-Garden.  Critical sustainability included  frequent air drops to Airborne troops on the ground. Original landing zones would also serve as resupply zones as the battle continued.  Only problem? The Germans overran some of those landing zones, thus denying The British 1st Airborne of desperately needed food, ammunition, and medical supplies. "Run laddie, run!" ABTF
  • So many things went sideways for the Allies during Market-Garden. Critical sustainability included frequent air drops to Airborne troops on the ground. Original landing zones would also serve as resupply zones as the battle continued. Only problem? The Germans overran some of those landing zones, thus denying The British 1st Airborne of desperately needed food, ammunition, and medical supplies. "Run laddie, run!" ABTF
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  • La primera canción que escribo desde marzo, es también mi segunda canción en inglés, mi primer proyecto en @artezhogeschool y la primera vez que me baso en la historia de alguien que no sea yo.
Hice un vídeo de la canción y la colgué en los stories y en @cesarpachecodf
Seguimos ;)
  • La primera canción que escribo desde marzo, es también mi segunda canción en inglés, mi primer proyecto en @artezhogeschool y la primera vez que me baso en la historia de alguien que no sea yo.
    Hice un vídeo de la canción y la colgué en los stories y en @cesarpachecodf
    Seguimos ;)
  • 6 1 58 minutes ago
  • This is Butterslut - ambient, downtempo, mysterious, electronica. Quite the mixer, and the right gal to play alongside Jensen Interceptor and Ineffekt this end of September. ⁠
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Don't miss out, get your tickets now - link in bio.
  • This is Butterslut - ambient, downtempo, mysterious, electronica. Quite the mixer, and the right gal to play alongside Jensen Interceptor and Ineffekt this end of September. ⁠

    Don't miss out, get your tickets now - link in bio.
  • 44 1 16 September, 2019
  • Cropped straight outta Jensen's electro bombardment on the Boiler Room stage at Glitch Festival 🔥🔥🔥🔥⁠ HYPE. DOES. NOT. CUT IT.⁠ Permissions to enter the carnage via link in bio.
  • Cropped straight outta Jensen's electro bombardment on the Boiler Room stage at Glitch Festival 🔥🔥🔥🔥⁠ HYPE. DOES. NOT. CUT IT.⁠ Permissions to enter the carnage via link in bio.
  • 40 3 13 September, 2019
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On warmup duties this upcoming Club 8Bahn it’s Breda's rising renegade, Ineffekt. Having dabbled his feet (and ears) in the underground from an early age, Ineffekt quickly learned the ins-and-outs of stitching together a set with more than 2 genres. The same quick wits also went into producing his own tracks, whose infectious sound has been transmitted via Operator, Monument, and Radio 8Bahn. No other youngster that we’d rather entrust with opening duties this Club 8Bahn with Butterslut and Jenson Interceptor. ⁠
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Ticket link in bio.⁠

  • On warmup duties this upcoming Club 8Bahn it’s Breda's rising renegade, Ineffekt. Having dabbled his feet (and ears) in the underground from an early age, Ineffekt quickly learned the ins-and-outs of stitching together a set with more than 2 genres. The same quick wits also went into producing his own tracks, whose infectious sound has been transmitted via Operator, Monument, and Radio 8Bahn. No other youngster that we’d rather entrust with opening duties this Club 8Bahn with Butterslut and Jenson Interceptor. ⁠

    Ticket link in bio.⁠
  • 40 3 12 September, 2019
  • Originally from Burlington, Vermont, and now a globe trotting third culture kid, Butterslut has spent the last two years in Amsterdam immersing into the local underground scene; bringing her concoction of wave, electro, techno, and EBM/industrial from radio shows to illegal raves to club dance floors. Her musical style was inspired by the indie electronica and punk influences from her parents, who can be often spotted partying along with her around Amsterdam. She is a regular of Red Light Radio and Operator and has decked up in venues such as Garage Noord, RADION, BAR (RIP) and at festivals including GRAUZONE and Soenda. Don’t be fooled by her cute appearance, behind the decks Butterslut morphs into a pint-sized electronics heavyweight.
  • Originally from Burlington, Vermont, and now a globe trotting third culture kid, Butterslut has spent the last two years in Amsterdam immersing into the local underground scene; bringing her concoction of wave, electro, techno, and EBM/industrial from radio shows to illegal raves to club dance floors. Her musical style was inspired by the indie electronica and punk influences from her parents, who can be often spotted partying along with her around Amsterdam. She is a regular of Red Light Radio and Operator and has decked up in venues such as Garage Noord, RADION, BAR (RIP) and at festivals including GRAUZONE and Soenda. Don’t be fooled by her cute appearance, behind the decks Butterslut morphs into a pint-sized electronics heavyweight.
  • 25 1 11 September, 2019
  • Jensen Interceptor has provided his versatile brand of techno to clubs and warehouses around the world. Gaining respect from his peers, supporting the likes of Sven Väth, Gesaffelstein, The Hacker, Boys Noize & Green Velvet; Jensen has consistently kept up with the elite at top speed. With his selection ranging from Detroit Electro & Miami Bass to rolling Italo, thunderous 90’s Breaks and driving EBM, Jensen’s audience’s are promised a sonic journey like no other. Going further than simply an entertainer, his remixes and productions have been⁠ released on some of the most influential labels in electronic music like Boys Noize Records, Cultivated Electronics, Bromance and Central Processing Unit. These⁠ releases have been supported and played out by DJ’s such as Dave Clarke, Helena Hauff, Dubfire, Maceo Plex, Trevor Jackson and Radio Slave. Bringing a unique and powerful performance to every dance floor - Jensen Interceptor: Engage clutch, shift into top gear.
  • Jensen Interceptor has provided his versatile brand of techno to clubs and warehouses around the world. Gaining respect from his peers, supporting the likes of Sven Väth, Gesaffelstein, The Hacker, Boys Noize & Green Velvet; Jensen has consistently kept up with the elite at top speed. With his selection ranging from Detroit Electro & Miami Bass to rolling Italo, thunderous 90’s Breaks and driving EBM, Jensen’s audience’s are promised a sonic journey like no other. Going further than simply an entertainer, his remixes and productions have been⁠ released on some of the most influential labels in electronic music like Boys Noize Records, Cultivated Electronics, Bromance and Central Processing Unit. These⁠ releases have been supported and played out by DJ’s such as Dave Clarke, Helena Hauff, Dubfire, Maceo Plex, Trevor Jackson and Radio Slave. Bringing a unique and powerful performance to every dance floor - Jensen Interceptor: Engage clutch, shift into top gear.
  • 42 3 11 September, 2019
  • For October's edition we're entrusting the dancefloor to 3 of the freshest names in the scene right now. First up it's Amsterdam's spice factor Ogazón, a familiar face at VBX who's turned the capital's scene on its' head. Hot on the Luxembourger's heels, it's Mr. Casa Voyager himself, Kosh - blessing us with an hour-long live set infused with Casablanca heat. The cherry on the cake? Straight from Frankfurt am Main to Arnhem, none other than Robert Johnson's resident regina Franziska Berns on her Dutch debut - it's quite an honor for us.

Ticket link in bio.
  • For October's edition we're entrusting the dancefloor to 3 of the freshest names in the scene right now. First up it's Amsterdam's spice factor Ogazón, a familiar face at VBX who's turned the capital's scene on its' head. Hot on the Luxembourger's heels, it's Mr. Casa Voyager himself, Kosh - blessing us with an hour-long live set infused with Casablanca heat. The cherry on the cake? Straight from Frankfurt am Main to Arnhem, none other than Robert Johnson's resident regina Franziska Berns on her Dutch debut - it's quite an honor for us.

    Ticket link in bio.
  • 42 2 9 September, 2019