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The Battle of the Bulge

Bastogne, Belgium, Battle of the Bulge - Dec 1944

German soldiers in camouflaged armoured personnel carrier at the front in the Belgian-Luxembourg area during the Battle of the Bulge, end of December 1944.

Bastogne, December 1944 - 45 Battle of the Bulge Ardennes Offensive

Soldiers of the 28th Infantry Division, U.S. Army, march down a street in Bastogne, Belgium, December 20, 1944 during the Battle of the Bulge.

An American soldier capturing a German soldier. Battle of the Bulge: December 23rd-26th, 1944. (Robert Capa)

American POWs, belonging to the 28th Infantry Division, shot by the Germans after they had surrendered, near Hoscheiderickt, Luxembourg, during the Ardennes Offensive, December 1944.

American soldiers checking for concealed mines in a Belgian town during the Battle of the Bulge; December 1944

American soldier France 1944

Bastogne 1944.On December 26th 1944 troops under the command of General George Patton broke the deadlock of the Battle of the Bulge . The official end of the Bulge occurred 3 weeks later and all fighting finally stopped.

African American fighting at the Ardennes Counteroffensive WWII in 1944