Battle of the Bulge WWII

Started by TomM, December 16, 2020, 08:58:15 AM

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Battle of the Bulge - December 16, 1944

On this day in 1944, 200,000 German troops backed by 1,600 guns and 350 tanks launch Hitler's last-ditch Ardennes Offensive. 89,000 Americans become casualties in the Battle of the Bulge, making it the single bloodiest U.S. campaign of WW2.

George Martin Hall of Fame member Weir McQuoid fought at this battle.
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Never forget. Thanks for posting , Tom. I was forgetting. Perfect timing!
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That's a very intriguing story, Tom!
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Took 2.5 years but great story Tom! Gosh I miss alot ofmatuf at times.
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