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Soldats de la compagnie C du 1er Bataillon du 18e régiment d'infanterie de la 1ère division d'infanterie marchant en direction de Frauwüllesheim en Allemagne, après avoir traversé la Rhür. Le 28 février 1945.

Men of Company C Battalion Infantry Regiment US Infantry Division marching toward Frauwüllesheim Germany after crossing the Roer River 28 February

1st Infantry Division GIs in Germany, 1945. On the right you can see a Big Red One 1st Infantry Division patch and each is wearing the Fourragere awarded by France to members of the 1st Division for their D-Day landings and fighting in Normandy.

Infantry Division GIs in Germany, On the right you can see a Big Red One Infantry Division patch and each is wearing the Fourragere awarded by France to members of the Division for their D-Day landings and fighting in Normandy.

historywars: “ An American M4A3E8 “Easy Eight” tank and other vehicles of the 11th Armored Division in Austria, 1945. ”

historywars: “ An American M4A3E8 “Easy Eight” tank and other vehicles of the 11th Armored Division in Austria, 1945. ”

The Battle of the Bulge is the largest and deadliest battle for U.S. troops to date, with more than 80,000 American casualties.

The Battle of the Bulge is the largest and deadliest battle for U. troops to date, with more than American casualties.

A US soldier of the 83rd Infantry Division near a roadside crucifix in Belgium, World War II, 25th December 1944. (Photo by Tony Vaccaro/Getty Images)

A US soldier of the Infantry Division near a roadside crucifix in Belgium, World War II, December (Photo by Tony Vaccaro/Getty Images)

A carrier crew of 8th Rifle Brigade hands out chocolate to Dutch civilians during the advance of 11th Armoured Division in The Netherlands, 22 September 1944.

B A carrier crew of Rifle Brigade hands out chocolate to Dutch civilians during the advance of Armoured Division in Holland 22 September 1944

Troops of the 80th US Infantry Division advance cautiously down a ruined street in the German city of Wadern, March 17, 1945. Resistance in urban areas remained stiff until the very end of hostilities, causing immense damage that could have been avoided in the absence of maniacal Nazis.

GIs of the Infantry Division engaging in urban fighting in Wadern, GER

Butgenbach, Belgium April 45

Butgenbach, Belgium April 45

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