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 Lieutenant) February 09, 2015
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The defense of Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge in World War II is one of the supreme achievements of American arms. Bastogne is deservedly identified with the finest characteristics of the American soldier, and the name Bastogne symbolizes a heroic battle. Bastogne has long held the...read more

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 Lieutenant) January 25, 2015
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According to CEBA, Circle of Studies on the Battle of the Bulge, a Sherman M4A3, featured with a 76 mm gun barrel, having had more firepower than his forerunners, which were armed with the 75 mm barrel. And firepower was badly needed on December 17th, 1944 when German troops started invading...read more

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 Lieutenant) January 24, 2015

This two part 1965 film begins with the background of events on Hitler's Ardennes offensive December 1944, with focus on 19 December attack on St. Vith and marking the beginning of the Battle of the Bulge. The second part continues with the Battle of the Bulge along with highlights of the U.S....read more

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The soldiers of the U.S. 101st Airborne Division and a complement of other troops held the key crossroads town during the Battle of the Bulge. Shivering and stamping their feet in the snow, three American soldiers warmed their hands over a small fire at an observation post. They were weary,...read more

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An obscure Brigadier General, Bruce Clarke, and a contingent of American troops slowed tge German advance during the Battle of the Bulge, In the early hours of Sunday morning, December 17, 1944, an American Brigadier general suffering from piles was heading into the unknown. That gray dawn, with...read more

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Three German soldiers crept through the snow. They had infiltrated the American front line during a counterattack. Major William F. Hancock spotted the trio. The lead man towered over the others. “He must have been six foot four and weighed about 250 or 275 pounds,” Hancock recalled. The huge...read more

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American wartime newsreel from the frontlines during the Battle of the Bulge, launched by the German Army across the Ardennes Forest on, 16 December 1944 -- 25 January 1945.read more

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The Battle of the Bulge lasted until Jan. 25, 1945. Twenty thousand American soldiers were killed, 20,000 were captured and 40,000 were wounded.

  1. Allied infantrymen crouch low in the snow as they look out for snipers in embattled Saint Vith, Belgium, on Jan. 31, 1945 at the end of the
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Wacht am Rhein, the Battle of the Bulge, is a grand-tactical simulation of that enormous battle!. The more than 2,380 counters represent every formation, at company and battalion levels, which fought there, including US, German, British, French, Canadian and Belgian units. Infantry, armor, anti-...read more

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