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A dead German soldier killed during the Battle of the Bulge is seen surrounded by family photographs, Hürtgen Forest, GER/December 1944

A dead German soldier killed during the Battle of the Bulge is seen surrounded by family photographs, Hürtgen Forest, GER/December 1944

"Green Hell".The Battle of the Hürtgen Forest  Americans advance past the bodies of four Germans killed by a single grenade while firing a captured U.S. machine-gun.

The Battle of the Hürtgen Forest Americans advance past the bodies of four Germans killed by a single grenade while firing a captured U. machine-gun, photo, black and white, history, war.

1944- Battle-weary Germans who were the last to surrender during the battle of Hurtgen Forest are shown awaiting transfer to prison camp near Jungersdorf, Germany.

WWII Last Nazi Troops to Surrender in Hurtgen Forest Battle Original Press Photo

Battle-weary Germans who were the last to surrender during the battle of Hurtgen Forest are shown awaiting transfer to prison camp near Jungersdorf, Germany.

"Green Hell".The Battle of the Hürtgen Forest - M10 of 893rd Tank Destroyer Bn moves thru Hurtgen Forest (Small)

November American tank destroyers of the Tank Destroyer Battalion as they move through the forest near Germeter.

A First Army mortar man surveys the tools of his trade while awaiting firing orders in his forest lair.

Air Force fighter-bombers caught this train trying to cross the Moselle River and destroyed both it and the bridge it was on. Air Force photo) Co

"Green Hell".The Battle of the Hürtgen Forest - man look at that mud and having to repair a track in it!

The Battle of the Hürtgen Forest - man look at that mud and having to repair a track in it!

"Green Hell".The Battle of the Hürtgen Forest - Soldiers of the 60th IR,9th ID with a captured German 120-mm heavy mortar. Hurtgen Forest (Small)

The Battle of the Hürtgen Forest - Soldiers of the IR, Infantry Division with a captured German heavy mortar.

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