Three members of an American patrol cross a snow covered Luxembourg field on a scouting mission. White bedsheets camouflage them in the snow. Left to right: Sgt. James Storey, Newman, Ga.; Pvt. Frank A. Fox, Wilmington, Del., and Cpl. Dennis Lavanoha, Harrisville, N.Y. (30 Dec 1944). Lellig
Dudelange. Painted white to blend with snow-covered terrain, an M-36 tank destroyer crosses a field. (01/03/1945)
Members of the 630th Tank Destroyer Battalion, Company "B", who lost their vehicles during advancement to Belgium, take Infantry positions on a hill covering an approach in Wiltz, Bastogne, (12/20/44)
American tank destroyers move forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead near Werbomont, (12/20/1944) Werbomont, 103rd TD, 82nd Airborne Div.
The members of the 101st Airborne Division, right, are on guard for enemy tanks, on the road leading to Bastogne, They are armed with bazookas. (12/23/1944)
German soldiers who attempted to storm the 101st Airborne command post in Bastogne, lie dead on the ground after they were mowed down by American machine gun fire. The tanks, behind which they were advancing, were knocked out also. This photo was taken while Bastogne was still under siege (12/25/44)
Bra, - While digging in on front line positions just outside of Bra, soldiers of Co H, 3rd Bn, 504th Para Inf Regt, 82nd A/B Div., met a patrol of Nazi SS troopers who were on reconnaissance. In the resulting clash several of the Germans were killed but one SS trooper was captured and brought back into American lines. (12/25/1944)
Tankmen of the U.S. First Army gather around a fire on the snow-covered ground near Eupen, opening their Christmas packages (12/30/44) -5th Armd. Regt
Private Paul Romanick wipes and cleans a 40-mm antiaircraft gun at snow-covered Sourbrodt, Belgium. He is with an antiaircraft battery of the 1st Infantry Division, U.S. First Army. The gun has six swastikas painted on it, one for each German plane it has brought down. Battery B, 103d Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion, attached to the 1st Infantry Division. 12/31/44
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. (12/31/44)
Members of the 44th Armored Infantry, supported by tanks of the 6th Armored Division, move in to attack German troops surrounding Bastogne, (12/31/1944)
Patton's jeep in Bastogne. (1/1/45)
T/Sgt. Harry A. Downard, San Diego, Calif., Signal Corps Photographer, holds up leather thong which was used to tie the legs and coat of this paratrooper 101st Airborne Division, who was killed near Bastogne, (01/12/1945)
Snow and Ice make the going tough for U.S. Army vehicles on a road in Belgium. The snowstorm was responsible for the gasoline truck, at left, skidding off the road, and trucks going in the opposite direction are stalled as the result. 1st Infantry Division area, U.S. First Army. Sourbrodt, Belgium. 19 Jan 1945
Members of Company I, 3d Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Division, U.S. First Army, ride on a tank, during their advance on the town of Schopen, Belgium. 1-21-45
American troops drag a heavily loaded ammunition sled through the snow, as they move for an attack on Herresbach, (01/28/45)
Troops of the 82nd Airborne Division advance in a snowstorm behind the tank in a move to attack Herresbach, 340th Tank Battalion, Headquarters Company, 3rd Battalion, 504th Parachute Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division. (01/28/1945)
Tanks and Infantrymen of the 82nd Airborne Division, Company G, 740th Tank Battalion, 504th Regiment, push through the snow towards their objective in Belgium. U.S. First Army near Herresbach.
American soldiers taking up defensive positions in the Ardennes.
2nd Armored Division, tank destroyer on dug-in ramp has plenty of elevation to hurl shells at long range enemy targets across the Roer River