On the 16th of December, Germany launched a major offensive in the heavily wooded area of the Ardennes and managed to make deep penetrations into the US defenses in that area. The surprise attack caught the Allied forces off guard as the action developed in the largest and bloodiest battle fought by the United States in World War II.
By January 25th, 1945 the 'Bulge' in the allied lines had been completely reduced, severely depleting Germany's armored forces on the Western Front, crippling their ability to resist the final Allied push to the Rhine River.
These model figures will fill out dioramas depicting these closing days of war in Europe on the Western Front.
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This depiction of the 35th President of the United States of him as a World War II U.S. Navy lieutenant wearing the grey officers' uniform worn from 1943 to 1949....
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By 1942 the German Army had developed more suitable, specialized clothing for winter operations. Prior to this, individual soldiers were not clothed much differently than their counterparts over 100 years...