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Outside Bastogne, 1/11/1945.

Straw prevents remote control cables from freezing to ground on site of AA installation near Bastogne.

The Battle of the Bulge: December 1944: Coldest winter in recorded German history.

tank destroyers, serving as artillery, fire on enemy positions at night (january

Warfare in Bitter-Cold Wintertime: Battle of the Bulge #WWII  Source - War Stories from the Battle of the Bulge

Warfare in Bitter-Cold Wintertime: Battle of the Bulge This is an excerpt from an account in Michael Green and James D. Brown’s book War Stories from the Battle of the Bulge, which relates the stories.

A US mortar team in a foxhole during the Battle of the Bulge in the snowy St. Vith

A US mortar team in a foxhole during the Battle of the Bulge in the snowy St…

Ardennes 1945

GIs setting out over snow-covered fields towards woods where German paratroopers are thought to be hiding, during the Battle of the Bulge, by George Silk 1945

The Battle of the Bulge, which began on December 16, 1944, here's American soldiers from the 117th Infantry Regiment of the U.S. Army's 30th Infantry Division moving past a destroyed American M5 Stuart tank on their march to recapture the town of St. Vith, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge, in January 1945.

American soldiers from the Infantry Regiment of the U. Army's Infantry Division moving past a destroyed American Stuart tank on their march to recapture the town of St. Vith, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge, in January

Aerial view over Ardennes showing village battered from Battle of the Bulge fighting.

Aerial view over Ardennes showing village battered from Battle of the Bulge fighting.

Paratroopers in the Bulge, 44/45

Paratroopers in the Bulge, 44/45

Malmedy.

Malmedy.

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