By Anthony Farrar Hockley
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Browning remained after the conference and told me that in his opinion the operation could not be attempted at such short notice. Later in the evening I received a letter from . General Browning . concerning our diff"erences of opinion which concluded by saying he felt he could not continue as Deputy Commander of the First Allied Airborne Army and therefore tendered his resignation. '(Next day) 4th September, 1944. A staff' conference was held to push the completion of detailed plans for the Arnhem operation - Operation MarAfterwards I went to Headquarters British Airborne Corps at Moor Park for a frank talk with General Browning who had cooled off" ket.
The cause of Urquhart's difficulties is not difficult to discern. In the planning of any airborne assault, it is the duty of the air force commander to state forcefully what circumstances he needs to deliver and release the troops so that they begin the ground operation from the areas selected with the maximum strength in men and equipment. , some of the requirements of the air force would clash with those of the army. ne best compromise - each of the parties knowing ' or coming to realise as the discussion proceeds that matters of principle cannot in any circumstances be surrendered.
Progressively, its importance was borne upon both of them the capture of the ; bridges at Grave and Nijmegen would be nullified if the enemy possessed it. Adjoining it to the east, towards Cleve and Goch, the Reichswald Forest was seen to be an area in which the enemy might well be concealed and from which an early German counterattack would be dangerous. It was even possible that German troops might be conducting refresher training on the high ground; they were known to use if for this purpose, as the Dutch had done in the days before the war.
Airborne Carpet Operation Market Garden by Anthony Farrar Hockley