The Market Garden Operation didn't advance the allies on the road to Berlin even an inch: they got stucked a couple of miles before Arnhem and had to find another way to cross the Rhine and get into Germany. Maybe Market Garden was the cause for the allies to be engaged in a winter campaign in 44-45. Maybe the Patton plan of attacking through the Sarre could have done what you claim to happen, but we will never know.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Bridge_Too_Far_(book
As described in wikipedia (from John C. Warren and Chester Willmot): "Allied operational failure"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Market_Garden
At the end the crossing of the Rhine was at Remagen (which was the way to Germany) but neither Monty nor the western allies did defeat the Germans at Berlin, Zhukov did, with inmense numerical superiority which have been discussed and settled in this forum time before.
The photos you have been publishing only serve the purpose of stealing valuable megabytes from Jose's server because have nothing to do with Market Garden. They are, as your arguments. futile in extremis
I do not care to discuss with any forum guy, even someone as disgusting and a bully like you, but let's stick to the thread. If your trollish intentions are to hijack this, then say it openly or, otherwise, start your own.
Or have you forgotten that it were a couple of million of soviet soldiers those that got first into Berlin? Maybe thanks to Monty...