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German prisoners taken during the Battle of the Bulge, circa late Dec 1944US 5th Armored Regiment tankers gathering around a fire and opening Christmas presents, near Eupen, Belgium, 30 Dec 1944; note M4 Sherman tank
German prisoners taken during the Battle of the Bulge, circa late Dec 1944US 5th Armored Regiment tankers gathering around a fire and opening Christmas presents, near Eupen, Belgium, 30 Dec 1944; note M4 Sherman tank
US Army Sergeant James Storey, Private Frank Fox, and Corporal Dennis Lavanoha on a scouting mission, Lellig, Luxembourg, 30 Dec 1944; note bedsheets used for camouflagePvt Paul Romanick of Battery B, 103rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion, US 1st Infantry Division cleaning 40mm anti-aircraft gun, Sourbrodt, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944; note 6 swastika symbols his 6 kills
US Army Sergeant James Storey, Private Frank Fox, and Corporal Dennis Lavanoha on a scouting mission, Lellig, Luxembourg, 30 Dec 1944; note bedsheets used for camouflagePvt Paul Romanick of Battery B, 103rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion, US 1st Infantry Division cleaning 40mm anti-aircraft gun, Sourbrodt, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944; note 6 swastika symbols his 6 kills
Troops of US 101st Airborne Division moving out of Bastogne, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944Troops of US 44th Armored Infantry Battalion and M4 Sherman tanks of US 6th Armored Division advancing toward German lines near Bastogne, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944
Troops of US 101st Airborne Division moving out of Bastogne, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944Troops of US 44th Armored Infantry Battalion and M4 Sherman tanks of US 6th Armored Division advancing toward German lines near Bastogne, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944
US Army soldier standing next to a C-47 Skytrain wreck, near Bastogne, Belgium, circa early 1945M4 Sherman tank and troops of Company G, 740th Tank Battalion, 504th Regiment, US 82nd Airborne Division operating in snowy conditions, near Herresbach, Belgium, 30 Dec 1944-11 Jan 1945
US Army soldier standing next to a C-47 Skytrain wreck, near Bastogne, Belgium, circa early 1945M4 Sherman tank and troops of Company G, 740th Tank Battalion, 504th Regiment, US 82nd Airborne Division operating in snowy conditions, near Herresbach, Belgium, 30 Dec 1944-11 Jan 1945
Killed German soldier in Stavelot, Belgium, 2 Jan 1945M36 Jackson tank destroyer, camouflaged in white, operating near Dudelange, Luxembourg, 3 Jan 1945
Killed German soldier in Stavelot, Belgium, 2 Jan 1945M36 Jackson tank destroyer, camouflaged in white, operating near Dudelange, Luxembourg, 3 Jan 1945
Men of US 290th Regiment in snowy terrain near Amonines, Belgium, 4 Jan 1945Soldier of US 101st Airborne Division dead in the woods near Bastogne, Belgium, 10 Jan 1945
Men of US 290th Regiment in snowy terrain near Amonines, Belgium, 4 Jan 1945Soldier of US 101st Airborne Division dead in the woods near Bastogne, Belgium, 10 Jan 1945
US Army Signal Corps Technical Sergeant Harry A. Downard looking at a killed paratrooper of US 101st Airborne Division, near Bastogne, Belgium, 12 Jan 1945Men of the US 347th Infantry Regiment taking a meal break while en route to La Roche, Belgium, 13 Jan 1945
US Army Signal Corps Technical Sergeant Harry A. Downard looking at a killed paratrooper of US 101st Airborne Division, near Bastogne, Belgium, 12 Jan 1945Men of the US 347th Infantry Regiment taking a meal break while en route to La Roche, Belgium, 13 Jan 1945
Jeeps, Dodge WC54 3/4-ton field ambulances, and US troops on a street in the heavily damaged town of Foy, Belgium, 16 Jan 1945M8 armored car of US 11th Armored Division with men of US 84th Infantry Division in Noville, Belgium, 16 Jan 1945
Jeeps, Dodge WC54 3/4-ton field ambulances, and US troops on a street in the heavily damaged town of Foy, Belgium, 16 Jan 1945M8 armored car of US 11th Armored Division with men of US 84th Infantry Division in Noville, Belgium, 16 Jan 1945
Men of the US 1st Infantry Division checking out a gasoline truck that had skidded off the road due to snow and ice, Sourbrodt, Belgium, 19 Jan 1945Men of Company I, 3d Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, US 1st Division riding on M4 Sherman tank at Schopen, Belgium, 21 Jan 1945
Men of the US 1st Infantry Division checking out a gasoline truck that had skidded off the road due to snow and ice, Sourbrodt, Belgium, 19 Jan 1945Men of Company I, 3d Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, US 1st Division riding on M4 Sherman tank at Schopen, Belgium, 21 Jan 1945
A jeep of US Army 30th Infantry Division in Belgium, 27 Jan 1945; note Browning M1919 machine gun, radio antenna, anti-decapitation bar, and unusual spare tire locationTroops of US 82nd Airborne Division marching behind M4 Sherman tank in a snowstorm toward German occupied town of Herresbach, Belgium, 28 Jan 1945
A jeep of US Army 30th Infantry Division in Belgium, 27 Jan 1945; note Browning M1919 machine gun, radio antenna, anti-decapitation bar, and unusual spare tire locationTroops of US 82nd Airborne Division marching behind M4 Sherman tank in a snowstorm toward German occupied town of Herresbach, Belgium, 28 Jan 1945

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