Battle of the Bulge Special Issue
Three Days Behind Enemy Lines An American infantry sergeant survived an ordeal during the opening chapter of the Battle of the Bulge.
In Peiper's Path
SS fanatic Jochen Peiper led Hitler's desperate spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge.
A Hidden Massacre in Belgium
Members of an African American artillery battalion went from being hated to revered to tortured and killed by the SS at Wereth. The crime remains unsolved.
Forward to the Meuse
Fritz Bayerlein's elite Panzer Lehr Division was one of the spearheads of Hitler's last major offensive in the West, the Battle of the Bulge.
At All Costs The spirited American defense of Hosingen during the Battle of the Bulge bought precious time for the Allies to reorganize and defeat Hitler's last desperate gamble for victory in the West in World War II.
A Screaming Eagle in Bastogne
A machine gunner in the 502st Parachute Infantry Regiment recalls how he and his buddies helped stop the counterattack of a desperate German Army.
Tank Duel on Christmas Eve
During the "Bulge" a small force of American scholars held off a determined German assault during Christmas 1944
Fiery Fight for a Frozen Hell Often overlooked, the portion of the Battle of the Bulge that took place in Luxembourg was as savage as the better known battles in Belgium.
Bravery in Embattled Bastogne The soldiers of the US 101st Airborne Division and a complement of other troops held the key crossroads town during the Battle of the Bulge.
General Anthony McAuliffe assured his place in history with one word.
Wacht Am Rhein: Day One
Hitler gave the German 5th Panzer Army just 72 hours to reach the Meuse River. But he failed to factor in American grit.
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