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An American medium tank crossing Suicide Creek, New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago, Dec 1943M36 Jackson tank destroyers of 703rd Tank Destroyer Battalion, US 82nd Airborne Division en route to attack a German position near Werbomont, Belgium, 20 Dec 1944
An American medium tank crossing Suicide Creek, New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago, Dec 1943M36 Jackson tank destroyers of 703rd Tank Destroyer Battalion, US 82nd Airborne Division en route to attack a German position near Werbomont, Belgium, 20 Dec 1944
Map depicting the western front of the European War, 20 Dec 1944Memorandum of Commendation to “All Hands” of destroyer escort USS Tabberer from her commanding officer, LtCdr Henry Plage, commending them for their performance in the recent typhoon and subsequent rescue work.
Map depicting the western front of the European War, 20 Dec 1944Memorandum of Commendation to “All Hands” of destroyer escort USS Tabberer from her commanding officer, LtCdr Henry Plage, commending them for their performance in the recent typhoon and subsequent rescue work.
Men of US 28th Infantry Division marching down a street in Bastogne, Belgium, 20 Dec 1944Ruins of OdinstÄrnet (Odin Tower), destroyed by Danish Nazi saboteurs, Odense, Denmark, post-14 Dec 1944
Men of US 28th Infantry Division marching down a street in Bastogne, Belgium, 20 Dec 1944Ruins of OdinstÄrnet (Odin Tower), destroyed by Danish Nazi saboteurs, Odense, Denmark, post-14 Dec 1944
Troops of US 630th Tank Destroyer Battalion, all vehicles lost in combat, manning the front line near Bastogne, Belgium, 20 Dec 1944
Troops of US 630th Tank Destroyer Battalion, all vehicles lost in combat, manning the front line near Bastogne, Belgium, 20 Dec 1944


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