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American soldiers with a destroyed Tiger I tank, which is a rare appearance during the Ardennes offensive.

American soldiers with a destroyed Tiger I tank, which is a rare appearance during the Ardennes offensive.

Battle-of-the-Bulge-American-soldiers-of-the-84th-Division

Battle-of-the-Bulge-American-soldiers-of-the-84th-Division

Battle Of the Bulge, Malan JHeslop | Cooney Parties

Battle Of the Bulge, Malan JHeslop | Cooney Parties

4TH ARMORED DIVISION ROLLING TOWARD CHAUMONT past the bodies of American soldiers

4TH ARMORED DIVISION ROLLING TOWARD CHAUMONT past the bodies of American soldiers

This day in 1944, begin of the Battle of the Bulge, the last major German offensive campaign of World War II

This day in 1944, begin of the Battle of the Bulge, the last major German offensive campaign of World War II

Soldats américains aident une vieille femme belge, qui ont refusé d'évacuer la ville, Manhay, au cours des combats. American soldiers help an old Belgian woman, who refused to evacuate the town, Manhay, during the fighting.

Soldats américains aident une vieille femme belge, qui ont refusé d'évacuer la ville, Manhay, au cours des combats. American soldiers help an old Belgian woman, who refused to evacuate the town, Manhay, during the fighting.

Au cours de la bataille des Ardennes, une unité de chars allemands se déplace à travers un village dans la région de Hohe Venn, près de Malmedy (Belgique), le 6 janvier 1945 During the Battle of the Bulge, a German tank unit moves through a village in the Hohe Venn region, near Malmedy, Belgium, on January 6, 1945

Au cours de la bataille des Ardennes, une unité de chars allemands se déplace à travers un village dans la région de Hohe Venn, près de Malmedy (Belgique), le 6 janvier 1945 During the Battle of the Bulge, a German tank unit moves through a village in the Hohe Venn region, near Malmedy, Belgium, on January 6, 1945

Soldiers getting their teeth checked by medics, c. 1944 ~

Soldiers getting their teeth checked by medics, c. 1944 ~

Bomb damage, the result of a German ten-day siege of the 101st Airborne Division in Bastogne, Belgium. 12/26/44.

Bomb damage, the result of a German ten-day siege of the 101st Airborne Division in Bastogne, Belgium. 12/26/44.

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