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504th Regiment, 82nd Airborne troops advancing through snow-covered forest during the Battle of the Bulge

Tanks and Infantrymen of the Airborne Division, Company G, Tank Battalion, Regiment, push through the snow towards their objective in Belgium. First Army near Herresbach. (Battle of the Bulge).

Taking a moment of well deserved rest, troopers of the 101st sit before the Great War memorial with some French children they, and other Allied forces, recently liberated from German occupation.

CARENTAN ‘Place de la République’. Elements of the Airborne are sitting and posing with children near the monument to the death of the world war one. (Photo : Conseil Régional de Basse-Normandie / U.

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Troopers of the Airborne moving along a highway in Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge. My papaw was likely in this line of men.

Sergeant John Opanowaki of the 101st Airborne Division, emerges from a dug-out built under snow in the Bastogne area. The 10th Armoured Division and the 101st Airborne Division were pinned down in the Bastogne area by General von Manteuffel's crack Panzer Divisions - the 2nd and the 116th.

Sheltering in the snow, Battle of the Bulge ~Via Peer Into The Past: History

Some of the most vicious fighting in WW2 was in Bastogne at the Battle of the Bulge.  A member of my family, Hamp Harmon was there and earned a silver star.

Some of the most vicious fighting in was in Bastogne at the Battle of the Bulge. He suffered PTSD before they knew what it was. He described German tanks rolling over him while he was in a foxhole.

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medics resting after being re-united with the rest of their Company during the D-DAY landings on June 6

Jeeps, Dodge field ambulances, and US troops on a street in the heavily damaged town of Foy, Belgium, 16 Jan 1945

Paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division on the move during an attack near Bastogne, Belgium - December 1944

Paratroopers of the Airborne Division on the move during an attack near Bastogne, Belgium - December 1944 My Grandpa was there!

Corporal Lloyd Hood of Concordia, Kansas as tends to his feet in a fighting position outside of Bastogne, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge. Hood belonged 101st Airborne Division's 327th Glider Regiment, 463rd Parachute Artillery Battalion. January 11, 1945.

Corporal Lloyd Hood of Concordia, Kansas tends to his feet in a fighting position outside of Bastogne, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge.

Paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division during Operation Market Garden, the Netherlands, 1944.

Members of the Airborne Division prior to the Holland invasion. Photo courtesy of Mary Martin and Troy Wynne - From Donald D.

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