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German prisoners of war dig graves for members of the 101st Airborne Division who were killed defending Bastogne against the Germans.

Signal Corps Photo #ETO-HQ-45-91 (Tec 5 Krochka).

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The members of the 101st Airborne Division, right, are on guard for enemy tanks, on the road leading to Bastogne, Belgium. They are armed with bazookas. 23 Dec 1944.

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The 101st Airborne troops move out of Bastogne, after having been besieged there for ten days, to drive the enemy out of the surrounding district. Belgium 12/31/44.


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U.S. troops of the 28th Infantry Division, who have been regrouped in security platoons for defense of Bastogne, Belgium, march down a street. Some of these soldiers lost their weapons during the German advance in this area. Bastogne, Belgium (12-20-44)

Signal Corps Photo #ETO-HQ-44-30380 (Tec 5 Wesley B. Carolan).

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An American road-block is set up with 30 caliber heavy machine gun, and a tank destroyer is ready for action on Adolph Hitler Straase. 1st Battalion, 157th Regiment, 45th Division (10 Dec 1944)

Signal Corps Photo #6AG-27702/ETO-HQ-44-29123 (Fenberg).

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BASTOGNE, BELGIUM. Troops of the 101st Airborne Division watch C-47ís drop supplies to them. 26 December 1944.

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Winter Chow Line At Hemroulle
Painting By: Olin Dows

Hemroulle, Belgium, 1945

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Two Way Traffic at Bastogne
Painting by: Olin Dows

Belgium, 1945

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Medics Moving in Near Bastogne / Relief Station at Bastogne
Painting by: Olin Dows

Hemroulle, Belgium, 1945

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Message Center, 101st Airborne Division Painting by: Olin Dows

Bastogne, Belgium, 1945