BASTOGNE: Ardennes 1944
Part of a series that reconstructs battles and operations by juxtaposing contemporary and modern photography, linking the monuments and battlefield relics with the events they evoke. The siege of Bastogne was the largest, bloodiest battle fought by American forces in WWII, in which a collection of units defied a German onslaught of 400,000 men.
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