Temporary medical installation of the 102d Evacuation Hospital, Huy, Belgium, December 1944. Source: US National Archives http://med-dept.com/gallery/medical-installations/
Unpublished. Troops at the front in Belgium. When the Battle of the Bulge began, American forces had been feeling triumphant (Paris had just been liberated in August), and there was a sense among some American and other Allied leaders that Germany was all but defeated. The surprise attack in December 1944 — officially labeled the Ardennes-Alsace campaign by the U.S. Army — showed that any complacency whatsoever in the face of the still-formidable Wehrmacht was sadly and dangerously mis...
The body of the pict above are not a dead American soldier, but the body of a German Grenadier wearing GI uniforms and equipment. He was one of Otto Skorzeny's men who was shot dead at Hotton on 26 December 1944, one round in the Battle of the Bulge
US troops of the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, move through a fog to a new position in the Ardennes, december 1944.
rhineland bastards | The 320th in the Ardennes, December 1944.
December 25, 1944, Ardennes Forest.
The Ardennes 1944 - Sadzot_3ad_32nd-armored
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.