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On Jan. 25, 1945, the Battle of the Bulge, a major German offensive launched toward the end of World War II through the densely forested Ardennes mountain region of Wallonia in Belgium, and France and Luxembourg on the Western Front, came to an end. Allied reinforcements, including General Patton’s Third Army, along with better weather, which permitted air attacks on German forces and supply lines, sealed the failure of the offensive. The Battle of the Bulge was the largest and bloodiest engagement that Americans fought in World War II, with 840,000 men committed to the battle, and 89,000 casualties, including 19,000 killed.

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