First Lieutenant Joshua Jeffreys comes face to face with the reality that “war is hell” during the Battle of the Bulge. His unit is torn apart by the advancing German forces, and he is thrust into a nightmare of blood, death, and fait.
John Florea—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images American GI's chop a foxhole in the frozen ground by a haystack during the Battle of the Bulge. The machine gun was set up in preparation for a German counterattack, expected at any moment.
2 dead American soldiers: Belgium during the first days of the Battle of the Bulge. "Losheimergraben" is a village at the german-belgian border, "Büllingen" is in Belgium. Notice that the G. in the front is shoeless.
Un char Sherman de la Armoured Division gronde à travers St. Vith, après que la ville fut reprise le 23 janvier An Sherman tank from the Armored Division rumbles through St. Vith after the town was recaptured on January