US XIX Corps, Across the Siegfried Line, October 1944 | EUCMH

Two German KIAs lie outside a well camouflaged bunker in Germany. The bunker was knocked out by troops of the U. Infantry, Infantry Division on Sept

"Then came the big day when we marched into Germany--right through the Siegfried Line." 1945.

United States Army troops passing through dragon’s teeth on the Siegfried Line in

British Tanks At The Siegfried Line:Goch, one of the main fortress towns of the Siegfried Line lying in the path of troops of the Canadian 1st Army in their drive towards the Rhine, was virtually cleared of all enemy resistance on Feb. 21st after a 3 day, stubborn house-to-house battle. This picture was taken on Feb. 18th at the beginning of the attack by British infantry and tanks in the Goch area ~

British Tanks at the Siegfried Line. This picture was taken on Feb. at the beginning of the attack by British infantry and tanks in the Goch area.

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When American forces reached the German border in September they ran into miles of steel-reinforced, concrete anti-tank defenses, for.

Hitler’s Fortified Siegfried Line Was Massive And Included 22,000 Bunkers And Pillboxes    Soldiers of the US 7th Army pause at the Siegfried Line on the road to Karlsruhe, Germany, 27 March 1945

Hitler’s Fortified Siegfried Line Was Massive And Included 22,000 Bunkers And Pillboxes Soldiers of the US 7th Army pause at the Siegfried Line on the road to Karlsruhe, Germany, 27 March 1945

T28 super heavy tank (also called 105 mm Gun Motor Carriage T95) - prototype of superheavy tank designed for the United States Army during World War II. It was originally designed to be used to break through German defenses at the Siegfried Line, and was later considered as a possible participant in an invasion of the Japanese mainland.

super heavy tank (also called 105 mm Gun Motor Carriage - prototype of heavily armored tank destroyer designed for the United States Army during World War II. It was originally designed to break through German defenses at the Siegfried Line

Men of the American 7th Army pour through a breach in the Siegfried Line defenses, on their way to Karlsruhe, Germany on March 27, 1945.

Men of the American Army pour through a breach in the Siegfried line defenses on their way to Karlsruhe, Germany, during WWII, 27 March which lies on the road to Stuttgart

The T28/T95 was designed for the United States Army during World War II as a counter to the German heavy tanks.

The was designed for the United States Army during World War II as a counter to the German heavy tanks. It was also set to be used for attacking the heavy defences expected of the German Siegfried Line.

US XIX Corps, Across the Siegfried Line, October 1944 | EUCMH

West Wall (Siegfried Line) Infantry Division

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This study is a General Staff analysis and record of the most important operational details of the XIX Corps' successful attack on and penetration through t

This strongpoint on the northern end of the Siegfried Line fell to the First Canadian Army on February 21, 1945, following three days of bitter German resistance. Four days later, the Canadians moved south to link up with the U.S. Ninth Army

This strongpoint on the northern end of the Siegfried Line fell to the First Canadian Army on February 21, 1945, following three days of bitter German resistance. Four days later, the Canadians moved south to link up with the U.S. Ninth Army

US XIX Corps, Across the Siegfried Line, October 1944 | EUCMH

This study is a General Staff analysis and record of the most important operational details of the XIX Corps' successful attack on and penetration through t

Two US soldiers looking down a row of "dragon's teeth" concrete tank obstacles on the Westwall northwestern Germany 15 September 1944.

Two US soldiers looking down a row of "dragon's teeth" concrete tank obstacles on the Westwall northwestern Germany 15 September 1944.

https://flic.kr/p/CkLsfd | M4 Sherman of the 3rd Armored Division Crossing Dragons Teeth of Siegfried Line September 1944 Roeten

https://flic.kr/p/CkLsfd | M4 Sherman of the 3rd Armored Division Crossing Dragons Teeth of Siegfried Line September 1944 Roeten

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