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The images below of close-up figures and models are depicting the left part of this skerries thrypich called the "centre" side.
Close-Up 1: The Centre View
The eagle shows excitement at varios level. Top, the middle and below at riverbedding movement ongoing; west to east.
Close-Up 2: Mid Section
Whether the push happens by British tanks, bikes or soldiers, where is a trespassing, it will be taken. The east flank gathers their forces to oppose.
Close-Up 3: Welbikes
Ahead of the Cromwell tank the three Welbikes and its drivers rush forward to make space on the other side. Perhaps should be the other way around; tank first... as the enemy is already expecting them the outcome is predictable.
Close-Up 4: Bridge
Hopefully the bridge is strong enough to carry 28 tons of steel.
Close-Up 5: Casualties
Whilst bravely storming over the bridge, with black and white cows as spectators, bullets are absorbed resulting in wounded men.
Close-Up 6: Center Crossing
One deck lower, British Commandos are assulting another bridge to enforce a bridge head for reinformcements to push further on the East side.
Close-Up 7: Entrance
Beneath the wooden path another section for battle emerges with Germans from a cave at river stream level.
Close-Up 8: Panzer IV
Somehow the cavern provides access to a large German Panzer IV tank flanked with the Mountain Division. They are shooting at the opposite river edge. Seemingly something happening there.
Close-Up 9: River Edge
Aside of the river, a wooden path serves the British Commandos to sway to a sphere in the distance, which is for a reason.
Close-Up 10: Wooden Deck Path
The rickety deck remains together whilst commandos are rushing over with risk of their lives as gettign shot at from the other side by Germans..
Close-Up 11: Secret Portal
The German are secretly trying to enter the battleground through a hidden backdoor. Fortunately the commandos have foreseen even risking their lives.