With the Panzer Brigade's attack in the south stymied, the Germans FJ's launch a desperate final attack and succeed brilliantly - the cut the highway again, which means all of 30 corps to the north is out of supply and attacks at half strength.
At Arnhem, knowing the rail bridge is really the only bridge the germans can recapture, fresh, full strength troops are moved into the line, including one of the Polish battalions to replace the worn down paratroopers.
The Germans attempt to attack the now stronger British/Polish garrison at the rail bridge and fail to dislodge them.
One last attempt is made to retake the railway bridge but it fails as the results is an exchange.
Market Garden was a resounding success (at least in this game).
Well that was fun (for me). I'll do a full review of Holland'44 in a few days but I really like the game and look forward to trying it against a real opponent over vassal or even, one day, in person.
Playing this game was very nostalgic for me and I'll likely do another one (maybe Paths to Glory?). After really not looking at board wargames for 30 years, I am amazed at the selection and quality of titles are available. I guess my assumption that wargaming died when SPI went under was a bit off-the-mark.