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vintage everyday: Rare Images of the Battle of the Bulge - WWII

battle o the bulge: German losses were even higher, with estimates of at least casualties, including this soldier, dead beside a flowing river somewhere in the Ardennes Forest.

German soldiers at the Battle of the Bulge (December - 1944)

German troops on a heavily camouflaged vehicle during the Battle of the Bulge in the winter of

During the Battle of the Bulge, GIs of the 413th Infantry Regiment, 104th Infantry Division "Timberwolf Division", resting on the rails after combat in Düren, town in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. 21 December 1944.

During the Battle of the Bulge: GIs of the Infantry Regiment, Infantry "Timberwolf Division", resting on the rails after combat in Düren, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

WWII US Navy Carrier at sea. http://awartobewon.com

WWII US Navy Carrier at sea. http://awartobewon.com

GI with captured German rifle http://awartobewon.com

GI with captured German rifle http://awartobewon.com

USS Lexington CV-16 in 1943 awartobewon.com

USS Lexington CV-16 in 1943 awartobewon.com

A US GI examines the hulk of an abandoned German Panther tank (PzKpfw V Ausf G) in the Ardennes sector in Belgium after the failed German "Hail Mary" offensive of December 1945. This operation was the last large-scale offensive effort of the Third Reich, which resulted in the sacrifice of the last remaining reserves of front-line combat units.

Panther - American soldier with a abandoned German Panzerkampfwagen V Ausf G tank - Panther abandoned due to the lack of fuel, in the Ardennes, Belgium - December 1944

Avenger torpedo run http://awartobewon.com

A training flight of Avengers lining up to drop practice torpedoes, late probably off the east coast of the United States. Source United States Navy Added By David Stubblebine

U.S. Army Technical Sergeant Joseph C. Self looks over the body of a dead German sniper in a small village just days after the Allied Landings in Normandy. Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer, Calvados, Lower...

Sergeant Joseph C. Self gazing at the corpse of a German sniper outside the French village of Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer, 10 June 1944

Shell craters left by an Allied barrage laid down to clean German infantry out of the woods and fields during the Battle of the Bulge, Belgium, 1944.

Shell craters left by an Allied barrage laid down to clean German infantry out of the woods and fields during the Battle of the Bulge, Belgium,

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