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- American tanks and armored gun carriers drive over snow-covered terrain towards Samree, Belgium Dec. 1944, during World War II. (AP Photo/Fred Ramage, Pool).
- American tank destroyers wait on the snowy slopes of the Bastogne area picture show on Jan. 6,1945 in Bastogne,Belgium, ready to advance toward German lines as soon as the word is given. As they wait Gen. Patton's men slowly forge ahead into the German salient. (AP Photo).
- Low flying C-47 transport planes roar overhead as they carry supplies to the besieged American Forces battling the Germans at Bastogne, during the enemy breakthrough on Jan. 6,1945 in Belgium. In the distance, smoke rises from wrecked German equipment, while in the foreground, American tanks move up to support the infantry in the fighting. (AP Photo).
- One American tank passes another, bogged down in a ditch at the side of the road in Belgium, Jan. 25, 1945, at one the northern flanks of the von Rundstedt bulge near Amonines. The bulge has now been all but eliminated with surviving Germans retiring behind their Siegfried line, when they began their desperate gamble. (AP Photo/Fred Ramage).
- U.S. tanks move in the snow and ice from the town of Tri-le-Cheslaing, Belgium, on Jan. 7, 1945 during the Battle of the Bulge in World War II. The advance of the 82nd Airborne Division is part of the Allied drive against the last German offensive in the west. (AP Photo).
- During the Battle of the Bulge, on January 6, 1945, a formation of C-47 transport planes overflies American tank units, underway to supply isolated U.S. forces of the 101st Airborne Division at the city of Bastogne, Belgium. (AP Photo).
AP Photo - Fred Ramage - Pool
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