History of the Second World War, Volume 6

BATTLE OF THE BULGE: THE ALLIED COUNTERBLOW Ardennes Belgium December 22 1944/January 281945 towards the Meuse still confidently demanding the surrender of Bastogne But in reality despite the disagreements which were rending the Allied command, the worst was over: incredibly stubborn American resistance had sapped the strength of the German drive and soon the US forces would begin their counterattack-unfortunately settling for the ‘small solution of squeezing the Germans out of the Bulge instead of amputating it cleanly. Below: American infantrymen advance towards beleaguered Bastogne
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