BFVA  Who's going?When will you be there?What are you bringing?Are you excited?I'm bringing my sections for the gigantic display that is The Siege Of Bastogne, and my tiny/wimpy renault UE. I'll be there all five days. I will be found in the bounce houseGreg

BFVA Who's going?When will you be there?What are you bringing?Are you excited?I'm bringing my sections for the gigantic display that is The Siege Of Bastogne, and my tiny/wimpy renault UE. I'll be there all five days. I will be found in the bounce houseGreg

A U.S. Army soldier rests in his foxhole in freezing temperatures during the Siege of Bastogne. The Siege of Bastogne was an engagement in December 1944 between American and German forces at the Belgian town of Bastogne, as part of the larger Battle of the Bulge. The goal of the German offensive was to reach the harbor at Antwerp. In order to reach it before the Allies could regroup and bring their superior air power to bear, German mechanized forces had to seize the roadways through eastern…

An American soldier in his foxhole south of Bastogne, 23 december 1944 (Photo by Robert Capa).

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The answer of General Mcauliffe from the 101st Airborne to the Germans while the siege of Bastogne. They held their position until Patton came with his tanks.

The answer of General Mcauliffe from the Airborne to the Germans while the siege of Bastogne. They held their position until Patton came with his tanks.

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The Ardennes Offensive was a last ditch attempt by the German army to halt the Allied advance across western Europe. The plan called for a surprise attack

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This haunting image of a snow-covered Bastogne was painted by a U. Army artist about the time of the siege in December U. forces refused to evacuate the Belgian crossroads town and stood against repeated German attacks.

Caption: "German POWs stand in the debris strewn street after the Siege of Bastogne, where they were captured by the U.S. 4th Armored Division which helped break the German encirclement and occupation of the town. Bastogne, Province of Luxembourg, Belgium. January 1945. "

9 These German soldiers stand in the debris strewn street of Bastogne, Belgium, on January after they were captured by the U. Armored Division which helped break the German siege of the city.

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