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Destruction à Noville  Destruction de l’église du village de Noville, 3 février 1945.

Destruction à Noville Destruction de l’église du village de Noville, 3 février 1945.

A knocked out German panzer near the village of Hotton. Battle of the Bulge, December, 1944. [US Army photograph] Repost: @warpicshistory #ww2weapons #ww2history #1944 #battleofthebulge #ww2 #warpics #warhistory #worldwar2 #worldwar #worldwarii #worldwartwo #1944 #usarmy #wwii #wwiimemorial #bandofbrothers #currahee #tanks #ww2tanks #history #war #veterans #bastogne

A knocked out German panzer near the village of Hotton. Battle of the Bulge, December, 1944. [US Army photograph] Repost: @warpicshistory #ww2weapons #ww2history #1944 #battleofthebulge #ww2 #warpics #warhistory #worldwar2 #worldwar #worldwarii #worldwartwo #1944 #usarmy #wwii #wwiimemorial #bandofbrothers #currahee #tanks #ww2tanks #history #war #veterans #bastogne

The Battle of the Bulge

This other photo extracted from "TALON with the in Ardennes" shows the entrance of the village of Compogne

Kampfgruppe Peiper 1SS LAH mit gekaperten amerikanischen Fahrzeugen Ardennenoffensive

During the Battle of the Bulge, a German tank unit moves through a village in the 'Hoge Venen' region, near Malmedy on january

American soldiers of the 75th Infantry Division take cover from German fire at the village of Beffe, Belgium.

American soldiers of the Infantry Division take cover from German fire at the village of Beffe, Belgium.

View of a Belgiam village during the Battle of the Bulge.

View on a Belgian village dureing the Battle of the Bulge.

4.Troops of the 3rd U.S. Army are seen as they march toward the village of Lutrebois, near Bastogne, on January 25, 1945, during the Battle of the Bulge

European Center of Military History; Short Account : Infantry Division – Belgium to Austria

Nestled at the western edge of the Monschau Forest, the hamlets of Krinkelt and Rocherath had grown over the past centuries to finally become one large village with a stone church standing in the center. Known as ‘twin villages’ by US troops, it served a rear base for the units in position in the forest.

American soldiers manning a light anti aircraft gun in a snowy churchyard somewhere in Belgium shortly before the Battle of the Bulge.

Fighting for the small villages in the Hurtgen Forest

Fighting for the small villages in the Hurtgen Forest

At the height of the Battle of the Bulge, American infantrymen advance through the muddy streets of a French village. Although taken by surprise, the Americans rallied to resist the German offensive.

At the height of the Battle of the Bulge, American infantrymen advance through the muddy streets of a French village. Although taken by surprise, the Americans rallied to resist the German offensive.

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