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99-ID Medic 1-393-IR, December 1944 bulge-14th-cavgrp-camp

German troops (possibly SS) during the Ardennes Offensive

A soldier prepares to bed down for the night in a Belgian forest during the Battle of the Bulge. December 21, 1944. US Army Signal Corps photograph taken by J Malan Heslop.

A soldier prepares to bed down for the night in a Belgian forest during the Battle of the Bulge. December US Army Signal Corps photograph taken by J Malan Heslop. Ten years before I was born; But saw the Battle Grounds in

42 images of the Battle of the Bulge that MAY be new to you – part 1

Here is a classic photo of a number of US Army tankers from Battle of the Bulge. You can see the tanker, second from the left, wearing the Colt 45 pistol in the leather holster.

Infantrymen of the 7th US, Infantry Division dig in for an attack in snowdrifts near Amonies (Belgium) January 4, 1945 during the 'Battle of the Bulge'. (Photo by Photo12/UIG/Getty images)

World War II: The Battle of the Bulge was the largest single battle fought by the United States in WWII, involving more than troops in a crucial two-month fight. Pictured, Army troops in the snow near Armonines, Belgium. (Photo: US Army)

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near Wiltz, Luxembourg, January 14 1945

823-TDB (ST), Mortain, France, 1944 European Center of Military History

(ST), Mortain, France, 1944 European Center of Military History

vintage everyday: Rare Images of the Battle of the Bulge - WWII Troops at the front in Belgium.

From December 1944 to January American, British, Canadian, Belgian, and French forces fought to stop the final major German of.

US M4 Sherman Tanks Battle of the Bulge January 1945

US Sherman Tanks Battle of the Bulge January 1945 Gun Motor Carriage on right.

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,

US troops shelter around fire Battle of the Bulge 1944. It's OK, they're in "a dell"....

WWII - American soldiers of the Army huddle around campfire in the snowy countryside of northern Ardennes Forest during lull in the Battle of the Bulge.

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