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Pegasus Bridge: June 6, 1944 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10, D-Day Plus Three Months to D-Day Plus Fifty Years, pgs. 164-173 Summary

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Chapter 10, D-Day Plus Three Months to D-Day Plus Fifty Years, pgs. 164-173 Summary and Analysis

After arriving in Bulford, Company D was given leave. There were a lot of planes and gliders at Oxford that were headed to Arnhem. Wallwork was with them, as was Thornton. After his leave, Howard began rebuilding D Company. One day when traveling to Oxford, he was in a car accident and was hospitalized until March 1945. The war in Europe was over by that time. He tried to retrain for a mission in Asia but was reinjured. By the time he recovered, the war in Asia had ended.

The French renamed the canal bridge Pegasus Bridge and the road over it Esplanade Major John Howard. Howard went on to work in the Civil Service and served as a consultant to Darryl Zanuck on...

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