Martha Gellhorn & Major General James Gavin: A Love Story of World War II

1944–45 Holland -Berlin

Photo of Martha: Associated News

Martha Gellhorn first saw Major General James Gavin, the Commanding Officer of the 82nd Airborne Division, in September 1944, during the Market Garden operation in Holland, just outside the small town of Nijmegen. She was travelling with the British XXX Corps waiting to link up with the British airborne divisions…

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