U.S.Third Army units move in bad weather and attack German positions in Belgium during Battle of the Bulge in World War II
Belgium Date:1945, January 3 Duration:4 min 34 sec Sound:Yes
Lt. General Courtney Hodges' First United States Army advances in the Belgian Ardennes during the Battle of the Bulge (World War 2). A soldier directs vehicles on a road. Snow covered tanks. Snow covered buildings in the background. Soldiers place logs under a tank to provide traction. A tank skids on a snow covered road. Tanks slipping on ice. The 82nd Airborne Division advances through a snow covered woods. The 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment attacks the German front. Soldiers fire guns mounted on tanks. U.S. 7th Corp troops walk on snow covered terrain. Commander of the Third Armored Division Major General Maurice Rose confers with Brigadier General Doyle O. Hickey. A snow covered tank. Snow on the barrel of a gun mounted on a tank. German prisoners of war walk on a road. German prisoners wearing GI clothing, legging and trousers. Men move on a road as a tank takes cover. Tank destroyed equipment and vehicles. U.S. 35th Division men attack and capture a large German held farmhouse. A wounded German soldier is given first aid. A wounded German is carried on a litter by U.S. soldiers.
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