Battle of the Bulge

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After the invasion of Normandy in June of 1944 and the breakout that followed, U.S. and Allied forces pushed Adolf Hitler’s armies back toward Germany. By September, after three months of hard fighting, the Germans had their backs against their own borders, defending along the West Wall/Siegfried Line. As the Allies regrouped for another push, Hitler struck in a bold counteroffensive that would become known as the Battle of the Bulge. The surprise attack broke through the thinly held American sector in the Ardennes before driving west. Initially, the surprised American defenders were overwhelmed. Soon, however, adaptive commanders and resolute soldiers stopped the German assault in what would become the largest single land battle in American history. In the end, Hitler’s desperate gamble ‒ his last major offensive in the Western Theater ‒ only hastened his defeat.

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