U.S. soldiers retreat and advance into Bastogne during the Battle of Bulge in World War II.
European Theater Date:1945 Duration:3 min 41 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Army soldiers fight against the Germans during the Battle of Bulge in World War II. U.S. soldiers retreat and engineers prepare and lay mines and barbed wire fences. U.S. soldiers on a snow covered field. A map of Belgium depicts the Nazi drive into the region of Bulge. Allied aircraft bombard German town. Nazi prisoners of war being marched. U.S. Army Air Forces C-47B aircraft drop supplies to U.S. troops at Bastogne. U.S. 3rd Army advances in the regions. Damaged buildings in the city and dead bodies in streets. Soldiers fire rifles in a street in Haguenau, France. Credential being checked by officers. Soldiers fire rifles and artillery and speak over field phone. Alsatian women being freed from a prison. Senator James F. Byrnes speaks about the U.S. soldiers fighting in the war during a war bond drive.
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