The National Museum of the United States Army holds nearly 1,400 artifacts that tell the story of the fighting men and women of America through the ages.
For the men of Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 101st Airborne Division, the frozen foxholes in the Bois Jacques were where they defended the road from Bastogne to Foy during one of Europe’s coldest winters. Watch this third installation in American Rifleman Television's series on the Men and Guns of the Battle of the Bulge.
In this first segment on the Battle of the Bulge, American Rifleman TV visits the actual battlefield, covers in depth two of the guns used in the largest land battle ever fought by the U.S. Army.
From the July 1945 American Rifleman comes this report from American Rifleman’s War Correspondent Bill Shadel, who was the first to announce the Victory in Europe in the magazine’s pages.
Seventy years ago this month, the "Battle of the Bulge"-Hitler's last attempt to throw back the Allies-was being bitterly fought in the towns, forests and countryside of Belgium and Luxembourg, and, remarkably, many of the guns used in the battle still remain.