This section of the perimeter was held by 10th Parachute Battalion (Lt Col K.B.I. Smyth [died of wounds], went in: 582, died: 92, evacuated: 86, Missing: 404) from 20 to 22 September and then reinforced by 21st Independent Parachute Infantry Company (Maj B.A. Wilson, went in:186, died: 20, evacuated: 120, missing 46) from 23 September.
|Frosts medals and hunting horn, Hackett's beret and battle dress and Urquart's Dennison Smock.|
A knocked out 17-pounder anti-tank gun, named "Pathfinder", on the Benedendorpsweg to the east of the Church in Oosterbeek.
|Sited at the western side of the museum is this 17pdr : No1 Gun, 'X' troop, 2nd (Oban) Air Landing Anti-Tank Battery, Royal Artillery. Commander was Sgt Horace 'Nobby' Gee.|