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German images from the Battle for the Ardennes

The Wehrmacht forces for the Ardennes Offensive were the product of a German recruitment effort targeting German males between the ages of 16 and 60, to replace soldiers lost during five months of fighting against the Western Allies in France. Although the Wehrmacht was keeping the Allied forces contained along the Siegfried Line, the campaign had cost the Germans nearly 750,000 casualties, mostly irreplaceable.

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BHC 002281 Enemy troops pass burning US vehicles

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Enemy troops pass burning US vehicles.  The initial Germanattacks, following a heavy artillery preparation, were launched all along the front, roughly from Monschau to Echternach.

BHC 002281 Enemy troops pass burning US vehicles

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BHC 002283 German soldiers examine litter for supplies during the Ardennes Offensive

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Captured German film showing German soldiers examine litter for supplies during the Ardennes Offensive 1944 - 45 taken 12 Dec 44

BHC 002283 German soldiers examine litter for supplies during the Ardennes Offensive

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BHC 002288 Captured German film showing German soldiers in American tents

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Captured German film showing German soldiers in American tents. Ardennes Offensive 1944 - 45

BHC 002288 Captured German film showing German soldiers in American tents

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