After the Allies capture of the Nijmegen Bridge, Model was convinced that their hold on the narrow corridor and road from Eindhoven to Nijmegen was tenuous and left the Allies vulnerable to entrapment.
At 0900 hours on September 22, Panzer-Brigade 107 launched it's attack to cut the route. Panzer- Abteilung 2107 moved towards the road between Uden and Veghl at around 1100 hours.
We see here the moment the Panther tanks encountered a column of British trucks from 123rd LAA Regt., towing anti-aircraft guns towards Nijmegen. Several Bedford trucks were destroyed and having overwhelmed the British column, the Panther tanks followed the road Southwards towards Veghel, where they were to spearhead the battle for the town.
From: Osprey Publishing's- 'Campaign 270, Operation Market Garden 1944'
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