I didn´t mention the atrocities of the Soviets because they never claimed themselves as "pristine christian warriors" but on the contrary. The German behave like animals with them, so I imagine they had that coming. But with the "crusaders" of the West is whole new story. A spooky one.
Operation Market Garden was not primarily an American operation, the land forces involved were British, with British, Polish and US airborne forces used to try to seize the river bridges.
The British were the main driving force having involved an airborne division (1st British, that by the way was wiped out at Arnhem), and the whole bulk of Horrocks´s XXX Corps. But the zones of Eindhoven and Njmegen the airforce Divisons were American: 101 under Taylor at the former and 82 under Gavin for the latter. In both zones US paratroopers work with the British armor to fight out numerous German units. That´s what despicted in that chapter of Band of Brothers.