Visited a few sites north of Arnhem at the weekend, including Deventer on the Ijssel. The Ijssel is a big river, probably just as wide if not wider than the Rhine at Arnhem. It occurred to me that even if Market Garden had succeeded in capturing the Arnhem bridge, there was still the Ijssel to cross to get into Germany. Did the Market Garden operation foresee this, or was it just restricted to advancing to the Ijsselmere? If not, couldn't it be argued that the plan to advance into Germany via this route was flawed? Apologies if this has been discussed before, or if I am missing something obvious, but it's a question I have not seen answered in the admittedly few books I've read about Market Garden.