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The Battle of Arracourt (1944) Set within the overall Lorraine campaign led by General George Patton's Third Army from September to October 1944, the less known Battle of Arracourt was the largest tank engagement fought by the U.S. Army until that point. Though the Battle of the Bulge would later prove to be a larger battle, this engagement took place over a much larger geographical area. The battle is significant in that an entire German tank force equipped with Panzers was defeated by an…

Another Panther of entering Bures on 20 Sept. The tank is painted in the standard mid to late war (consisting of a Dunkelgelb RAL 7028 base with Rotbraun RAL 8017 & Olivgrün RAL

The Battle of Arracourt (1944) Set within the overall Lorraine campaign led by General George Patton's Third Army from September to October 1944, the less known Battle of Arracourt was the largest tank engagement fought by the U.S. Army until that point. Though the Battle of the Bulge would later prove to be a larger battle, this engagement took place over a much larger geographical area. The battle is significant in that an entire German tank force equipped with Panzers was defeated by an…

Stug IV Part of SS Panzer Army Ardennes Offensive 16 December 1944

The Battle of Arracourt (1944) Set within the overall Lorraine campaign led by General George Patton's Third Army from September to October 1944, the less known Battle of Arracourt was the largest tank engagement fought by the U.S. Army until that point. Though the Battle of the Bulge would later prove to be a larger battle, this engagement took place over a much larger geographical area. The battle is significant in that an entire German tank force equipped with Panzers was defeated by an…

A pair of Panther tanks pass through Bures, France during the Battle of Arracourt.

The Battle of Arracourt (1944) Set within the overall Lorraine campaign led by General George Patton's Third Army from September to October 1944, the less known Battle of Arracourt was the largest tank engagement fought by the U.S. Army until that point. Though the Battle of the Bulge would later prove to be a larger battle, this engagement took place over a much larger geographical area. The battle is significant in that an entire German tank force equipped with Panzers was defeated by an…

The Battle of Arracourt (1944) Set within the overall Lorraine campaign led by General George Patton's Third Army from September to October 1944, the less known Battle of Arracourt was the largest tank engagement fought by the U.S. Army until that point. Though the Battle of the Bulge would later prove to be a larger battle, this engagement took place over a much larger geographical area. The battle is significant in that an entire German tank force equipped with Panzers was defeated by an…

The Battle of Arracourt (1944) Set within the overall Lorraine campaign led by General George Patton's Third Army from September to October 1944, the less known Battle of Arracourt was the largest tank engagement fought by the U.S. Army until that point. Though the Battle of the Bulge would later prove to be a larger battle, this engagement took place over a much larger geographical area. The battle is significant in that an entire German tank force equipped with Panzers was defeated by an…

The Battle of Arracourt (1944) Set within the overall Lorraine campaign led by General George Patton's Third Army from September to October 1944, the less known Battle of Arracourt was the largest tank engagement fought by the U.S. Army until that point. Though the Battle of the Bulge would later prove to be a larger battle, this engagement took place over a much larger geographical area. The battle is significant in that an entire German tank force equipped with Panzers was defeated by an…

Harold Gregory "Hal" Moore, Jr., lieutenant colonel in command of the 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, at the Battle of Ia Drang, has died aged 94. RIP. - "I can't promise you that I will bring you all home alive. But this I swear, before you and before Almighty God, that when we go into battle, I will be the first to set foot on the field, and I will be the last to step off, and I will leave no one behind. Dead or alive, we will all come home together. So help me, God!"

Harold Gregory "Hal" Moore, Jr., lieutenant colonel in command of the 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, at the Battle of Ia Drang, has died aged 94. RIP. - "I can't promise you that I will bring you all home alive. But this I swear, before you and before Almighty God, that when we go into battle, I will be the first to set foot on the field, and I will be the last to step off, and I will leave no one behind. Dead or alive, we will all come home together. So help me, God!"

Is history going to repeat it's self?

Is history going to repeat it's self?

offizier of a Fallschirmjäger battalion at the command output in Bjornfjell, south near Narvik.

Fallschirmjager, Monte Cassino, Luftwaffe and Crete.

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