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Combat Operations - Battle of the Bulge



This category will contain most of the Combats Operations related to Belgium starting as early September 1944 when the Allies entered the country and ending in late 1945. The reason is that when the troops entered Germany in 1944, most of the GHQs, HQs, CPs, RCP, etc, left France and moved ahead into Belgium (not included the Saar-Moselle Triangle area).

OOB US Army (BOB)(17/12/44-08/01/45)

Source Documents: Danny S. Parker, Battle of the Bulge, Hitler's Ardennes Offensive, 1944-1945, 1991, Combined Book Inc, Hong Kong; Shelby S. Stanton, Order of Battle US Army, Presidio Press, Novato, California, 1984; different additional sources. 1st Army (1-A): Gen Courtney...

1-ID – Dom Butgenbach – December 1944

Source Document: This document has been sent to me (uploaded to the site) by someone I don't know. 1st Infantry Division, December 1944 December 1 to December 31, 1944 Luchem (December 1 to December 7) On December 1, 1944, after two weeks of...

1-ID – (AAR) – Hauset (BE) (12/1944)

Document Source: AAR 1-st Infantry Division (Rear HQs), Hauset, Neu Moresnet, Belgium, December 1944 Journal Entries, Maj Paul Bystrak, 1-QMC, 1-ID, December 15, 1944, Location (CP) Hauset (vic) (Belgium), Location (ICP) Neu Moresnet, (Belgium) December 15, 1944 The 7th Field Artillery Battalion...

30-ID (AAR) December 1944 (G3)

Document Source: After Battle Report, Headquarters 30th Infantry Division G-3 Section, Period December 1 1944 - December 31 1944 The 30th Infantry Division, during the period December 1, 1944, to December 12, 1944, continued to actively defend and patrol Division zone,...

526-AIB (AAR) (T Force) December 1944

Document Source: Headquarters 526th Armored Infantry Battalion, After Action Report December 1, 1944 – December 31, 1944 Your browser does not support the video tag. From Dec 1, 1944, to Dec 16, 1944, the 526-AIB (10th Armored Group) less Charlie Co, was...

106-ID December 1944

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Document Source: The Story of the 106th Infantry Division, United States Army. Division Publication, Paris, France, 1945. When the history of the Ardennes fighting has been written, it will be recorded as one of the great strategic Allied successes of...

1.SS-PD (LSSAH) – War Crimes (MEMO)

1.SS-Panzer-Division (LSSAH) War Crimes (Memorandum) Compiled by Doc Snafu I have worked several months to research, find and compile this huge archive then publish it in a way that it becomes readable without too much trouble. The relevant sources are so...

Führerbegleitbrigade (Remer) BOB – (12-44/01-45)

Document Source: This document is transcribed from the copies in the collection of the US Military History Institute, Carlisle Barrack, Pennsylvania, #D739 F6713 #B-592 & #D739 F6713 #B-838. These two separate documents are really Part I and Part II...

106-ID (1/422) Schlausenbach (12-1944)

Document Source Operations of the 1st Battalion, 422nd Infantry Regiment, 106th Infantry Division (Golden Lion) Vicinity of Schlausenbach, Germany, December 10-19 1944 Personal Experience of a battalion Executive Officer, Maj William P. Moon Jr Introduction During the period September 1944 to December 1944, many...

7-AD – St Vith – December 1944

Introduction This is the narrative of one phase of the greatest pitched battle on the Western Front in World War II. The battle at Saint Vith (Dec 17-23, 1944) is an excellent example of how American troops held their ground...