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Machine gun post manned by men of 1st Battalion, 157th Regiment, US 45th Division near Bastogne, Belgium, 10 Dec 1944; note M1919 Browning machine gunA heavily armed German soldier during the Ardennes Offensive, Dec 1944
Machine gun post manned by men of 1st Battalion, 157th Regiment, US 45th Division near Bastogne, Belgium, 10 Dec 1944; note M1919 Browning machine gunA heavily armed German soldier during the Ardennes Offensive, Dec 1944
American prisoners marching along a road somewhere on the western front, Dec 1944Dead American soldiers laying face down at a crossroad in Belgium, Dec 1944
American prisoners marching along a road somewhere on the western front, Dec 1944Dead American soldiers laying face down at a crossroad in Belgium, Dec 1944
M36 Jackson tank destroyer of Battery C, 702nd Tank Destroyer Battalion, US 2nd Armored Division dug in near the Roer River, Belgium, 16 Dec 1944Two US Army African-American soldiers carrying the body of another American soldier near Malmédy, Belgium, circa 17 Dec 1944
M36 Jackson tank destroyer of Battery C, 702nd Tank Destroyer Battalion, US 2nd Armored Division dug in near the Roer River, Belgium, 16 Dec 1944Two US Army African-American soldiers carrying the body of another American soldier near Malmédy, Belgium, circa 17 Dec 1944
M36 Jackson tank destroyers of 703rd Tank Destroyer Battalion, US 82nd Airborne Division en route to attack a German position near Werbomont, Belgium, 20 Dec 1944Men of US 28th Infantry Division marching down a street in Bastogne, Belgium, 20 Dec 1944
M36 Jackson tank destroyers of 703rd Tank Destroyer Battalion, US 82nd Airborne Division en route to attack a German position near Werbomont, Belgium, 20 Dec 1944Men of US 28th Infantry Division marching down a street in 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 1944Men of US 7th Armored Division manning a 3-in M5 anti-tank gun at a road near Vielsalm, Belgium, 23 Dec 1944
Troops of US 630th Tank Destroyer Battalion, all vehicles lost in combat, manning the front line near Bastogne, Belgium, 20 Dec 1944Men of US 7th Armored Division manning a 3-in M5 anti-tank gun at a road near Vielsalm, Belgium, 23 Dec 1944
Two soldiers of US 101st Airborne Division manning a forward post near a road, near Bastogne, Belgium, 23 Dec 1944Brigadier General Anthony McAuliffe
Two soldiers of US 101st Airborne Division manning a forward post near a road, near Bastogne, Belgium, 23 Dec 1944Brigadier General Anthony McAuliffe's Christmas letter to the US 101st Airborne Division at Bastogne, Belgium in which he recreated the German surrender demand and his response to it
Men of US 101st Airborne Division walking past dead comrades, killed during Christmas Eve bombing of Bastogne, Belgium, 25 Dec 1944Remains of German soldiers who attempted to attack the US 101st Airborne Division command post near Bastogne, Belgium, 25 Dec 1944
Men of US 101st Airborne Division walking past dead comrades, killed during Christmas Eve bombing of Bastogne, Belgium, 25 Dec 1944Remains of German soldiers who attempted to attack the US 101st Airborne Division command post near Bastogne, Belgium, 25 Dec 1944
Troops of Company H, 3rd Battalion, 504th Infantry Regiment, US 82nd Airborne Division escorting a captured German SS soldier, Bra, Belgium, 25 Dec 1944Von der Heydte during the Ardennes Offensive, Dec 1944
Troops of Company H, 3rd Battalion, 504th Infantry Regiment, US 82nd Airborne Division escorting a captured German SS soldier, Bra, Belgium, 25 Dec 1944Von der Heydte during the Ardennes Offensive, Dec 1944
American ambulance waiting outside a bombed building in Bastogne, Belgium while a searcher looked for persons injured during the ten-day defense by US 101st Airborne Division, 26 Dec 1944German prisoners of war digging graves for killed men of US 101st Airborne Division, near Bastogne, Belgium, late Dec 1944
American ambulance waiting outside a bombed building in Bastogne, Belgium while a searcher looked for persons injured during the ten-day defense by US 101st Airborne Division, 26 Dec 1944German prisoners of war digging graves for killed men of US 101st Airborne Division, near Bastogne, Belgium, late Dec 1944
Troops of US 101st Airborne Division watching C-47 Skytrain aircraft delivering supplies to their unit, Bastogne, Belgium, 26 Dec 1944Armored reconnaissance jeep of US 82nd Airborne Division, Ardennes Forest, Belgium, Dec 1944
Troops of US 101st Airborne Division watching C-47 Skytrain aircraft delivering supplies to their unit, Bastogne, Belgium, 26 Dec 1944Armored reconnaissance jeep of US 82nd Airborne Division, Ardennes Forest, Belgium, Dec 1944

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