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101st after the Christmas Eve bombing of Bastogne 101st after the Christmas Eve bombing of Bastogne
Members with 101st Airborne Division, walk past dead soldiers killed during the Christmas Eve bombing. Bastogne was under attack for ten days, photo was taken on Christmas Day, 1944.  
 
 
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101st Airborne carry supplies back to the line 101st Airborne carry supplies back to the line
 Two members with the 101st Airborne Division, haul in containers dropped by Allied aircraft involved in resupplying the troops during the Battle of the Bulge, December 1944, Bastogne, Belgium.
 
 
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101st Airborne guard road leading to Bastogne 101st Airborne guard road leading to Bastogne
The members of the 101st Airborne Division armed with bazookas guard for enemy tanks on the road leading to Bastogne, Belgium. December 23, 1944
 
 
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101st Airborne move out of Bastogne 101st Airborne move out of Bastogne
The 101st Airborne troops move out of Bastogne, after having been besieged there for ten days, to drive the enemy out of the surrounding district. Belgium
 
 
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101st Airborne move to front line 101st Airborne move to front line
 In a snowstorm, the 101st Airborne Troops are moving into attack positions near Bastogne, Belgium, during the battle of the Bulge, December 21, 1944.
 
 
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101st Airborne on patrol in Bastogne 101st Airborne on patrol in Bastogne
 Troops with the 101st Airborne Division on patrol in the town of Bastogne, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge, 28 December 1944. The Ardennes Offensive (16 December 1944 – 25 January 1945) was a major German offensive on the Western Front and was launched towards the end of World War II.  The German attack was Adolf Hitler's last offensive in the war, this offensive was called Unternehmen Wacht am Rhein "Operation The Guard on the Rhine."
 
 
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101st Airborne on Scouting Mission Near Bastogne 101st Airborne on Scouting Mission Near Bastogne
Three members with the 101st Airborne wearing white bedsheets for camouflage, cross a snow covered  field during scouting mission near Bastogne, Belgium. December 30, 1944.
 
 
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101st Airborne sets up radar equipment to help guide planes 101st Airborne sets up radar equipment to help guide planes
Members of the 101st  Airborne sets up equipment near Bastogne to help guide planes with medical supplies and ammunition to the division during the "Battle of the Bulge" December 23, 1944.
 
 
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101st Airborne, B Company Moving to Front Line 101st Airborne, B Company Moving to Front Line
Three members with the 101st  Airborne, B Company are to hold this section of the front line near Wiltz, Luxembourg, January 14, 1945. Gilbert. (Army)
 
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1st Infantry Division line up for food near church door 1st Infantry Division line up for food near church door
Men of the 1st Infantry Division line up for food near the church door, in the foreground are two graves of German soldiers. Asseilborn, Luxembourg. 1/20/45. "Battle of the Bulge"
 
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1st Infantry Division machine gunner guards road "Battle of the Bulge" 1st Infantry Division machine gunner guards road "Battle of the Bulge"
A machine gunner of the 26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division guards a section of a road just taken over by his unit. "Battle of the Bulge"
 
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1st Infantry Division move into Murringen, Belgium 1st Infantry Division move into Murringen, Belgium
Troops of the 1st Infantry Division march down a fog-shrouded road into Murringen, Belgium. Company L, 3d Battalion, 26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division. 1/31/45. End of "Battle of the Bulge"
 
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1st Infantry Division on patrol near Sourbrodt, Belgium. "Battle of the Bulge" 1st Infantry Division on patrol near Sourbrodt, Belgium. "Battle of the Bulge"
 S/SGT George Talbert, 3d Battalion, 18th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division, on point looking for Germans, as the 18th Infantry Regiment drives through the forest near Sourbrodt, Belgium. 19 Dec 1944.
 
 
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1st Infantry Drivision lay in wait for German paratroopers in Sourbrodt, Belgium 1st Infantry Drivision lay in wait for German paratroopers in Sourbrodt, Belgium
Men of Company M, 3d Battalion 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Drivision lay in wait for German paratroopers being driven out of the woods in Sourbrodt, Belgium, by other men of the regiment. 12/18/44. "Battle of the Bulge"
 
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1st Infantry searches the woods for Germans 1st Infantry searches the woods for Germans
A patrol of Company F, 3d Battalion, 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, searches the woods between Eupen and Butgenbach, Belgium, for German parachutists who were dropped in that area. 12/18/44. "Battle of the Bulge"
 
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1st U.S. Army Infantrymen in snow cape "Battle of the Bulge" 1st U.S. Army Infantrymen in snow cape "Battle of the Bulge"
1st U.S. Army Infantrymen Sgt. Marvin E. Eans wearing snow cape and white rags are wrapped around his rifle for additional camouflage in St. Vith, Belgium during the "Battle of the Bulge" December 17, 1944. T5c. Richard A. Massenge. (Army)
 
 
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289th Infantry move into Belgium 289th Infantry move into Belgium
American soldiers of the 289th Infantry Regiment march along the snow-covered road on their way to cut off the St. Vith-Houffalize road in Belgium. January 24, 1945. Richard A. Massenge. (Army)
 
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290th Regiment near Amonines, Belgium 290th Regiment near Amonines, Belgium
American infantrymen of the 290th Regiment fight in fresh snowfall near Amonines, Belgium. January 4, 1945. Braun. (Army)
 
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2nd Airborne Division move into Belgium 2nd Airborne Division move into Belgium
Tanks and Infantrymen of the 82nd Airborne Division, Company "G" 740th Tank Battalion, 504th Regiment, push through the snow towards their objective in Belgium.
 
 
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2nd Armored Division tank aims at enemy targets across Roer River 2nd Armored Division tank aims at enemy targets across Roer River
2nd Armored Division tank destroyer on dug-in ramp has plenty of elevation to hurl shells at long range enemy targets across the Roer River, Battery C, 702 TD Bn. L-R: Sgt. Earl F. Scholz, Pvt. George E. Van Horne, and Pfc. Samuel R. Marcum with U.S. 9th Army, December 16, 1944.
 
 
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347th Infantry Regiment in chow line 347th Infantry Regiment in chow line
Chow is served to 347th Infantry Regiment on their way to LaRoche, Belgium, during the "Battle of the Bulge" 1/13/45.
 
 
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44th Evac orderlies carry Malmedy victims "Battle of the Bulge" 44th Evac orderlies carry Malmedy victims "Battle of the Bulge"
 44th Evacuation Hospital Orderlies Carry Malmedy victim on Stretcher, "Massacre at Malmedy," "Battle of the Bulge." On the second day of the "Battle of the Bulge", December 17, 1944, SS troops herded a group of Americans, mostly from Battery B from the 285th Field Artillery observation battalion into a field at the "Five Points" of Baugnez crossroads near the Belgian town of Malmédy. The POWs were lined up, and then the Germans suddenly opened fire on them for reasons that remain unclear.  As the German soldiers and tanks left the area, they shot Americans who showed signs of life and pumped more bullets into those already dead. The exact number killed was never determined with certainty, but it was between 90 and 130. Several men somehow escaped, but some were found hiding in a nearby cafe. The Germans set the building on fire and then shot the men as they ran out. A handful of other GIs eluded the Germans and got out the word that the Germans were shooting POWs. An article in Stars and Stripes alerted the world to the massacre in stark terms, which was used for anti-Nazi propaganda.    A group of ex-Waffen SS officers of the 1st Panzer Corps were convicted before an American military tribunal convened May 12-July 16, 1946, at Dachau. Seventy-two were found guilty and 42 were sentenced to death, though all these were later commutted to life imprisonment. One defendant committed suicide and one was acquitted; the remainder were sentenced to various terms of imprisonment.
 
 
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44th Infantry with 6th Armored Division during "Battle of the Bulge" 44th Infantry with 6th Armored Division during "Battle of the Bulge"
 Members of the 44th Armored Infantry, supported by tanks of the 6th Armored Division, move in to attack German troops surrounding Bastogne, Belgium, during the "Battle of the Bulge," 31 Dec 1944.
 
 
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4th Armored Division in Bastogne 4th Armored Division in Bastogne
Infantrymen attached to the 4th Armored Division, fire at German troops in the American advance to relieve the pressure on surrounded airborne troops in Bastogne, Belgium. December 27, 1944. Pfc. Donald R. Ornitz. (Army)
 
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761st Tank Battalion "Black Panthers" move into Bastogne 761st Tank Battalion "Black Panthers" move into Bastogne
 Sherman tanks with 761st Tank Battalion "Black Panthers" spearhead into Bastogne, during the "Battle of the Bulge," November 1944. The 761st Black Panther Tank Battalion, was attached to the XII Corps' 26th Infantry Division, assigned to Gen. George S. Patton's Third Army.  The 761st Tank Battalion was the last of the three United States Army segregated combat tank battalion during World War II. The unit was made up of African Americans soldiers, who by Federal law were not permitted to serve alongside white troops. They were known as the “Black Panthers” and their unit's motto was “Come out fighting."
 
 
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7th Armored Division guards road into Vielsalm, Belgium 7th Armored Division guards road into Vielsalm, Belgium
7th Armored Division antitank gun covers the approach on a road to Belgium railroad crossing near Vielsalm, Belgium "Battle of the Bulge" December 23 1944.
 
 
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82nd Airborne 504th Regiment move to Heersbach 82nd Airborne 504th Regiment move to Heersbach
 Troops of the 82nd Airborne Division go by way of a fire-break in the woods, as they move forward in Belgium. The 504th Regiment moving up to Heersbach during the last stages of the "Battle of the Bulge," January 28, 1945.
 
 
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82nd Airborne capture SS troops in Bra, Belgium 82nd Airborne capture SS troops in Bra, Belgium
 Troops with the 82nd Airborne digging in on front line positions just outside of Bra, Belgium. The soldiers of Co H, 3rd Bn, 504th Para Inf Regt, 82nd Airborne division met a patrol of Nazi SS troops and captured the group on December 27, 1944, "Battle of the Bulge"
 
 
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82nd Airborne Division advance in snowstorm 82nd Airborne Division advance in snowstorm
 Troops of the 82nd Airborne Division advance in a snowstorm behind Sherman tank in a move to attack Herresbach, Belgium, during the "Battle of the Bulge."
 
 
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82nd Airborne move to new command post 82nd Airborne move to new command post
 Troops from the 508th Parachute Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, are marching down the road toward their new command post set up in the town of Holzheim, Belgium. This was the final stages of the "Battle of the Bulge," January 29, 1945.
 
 
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