Essay On The Battle Of The Bulge

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Battle of the Bulge By the time World War II ended, numerous battles were won and lost by both sides. Millions of soldiers were killed defending their countries. One of the most famous battles was the Battle of the Bulge. The result of this battle would all but end any hope for Adolf Hitler to win World War II. The essay will cover the events leading up to the Battle of the Bulge, how this battle was fought, the casualties, and what happened after this battle was over. This will give a better understanding, some expertise, and awareness of how important this battle was to the Allied forces. The Battle of the Bulge is said to be Adolf Hitler’s “final, desperate gamble of the war” (Battle of the Bulge Timeline (December 16th, 1944- January 25th, 1945), n.d.). This was because by this time in World War II, Adolf Hitler was running low on supplies. Knowing that this war could end for him soon, he made a frantic effort to try and win the war. Since he was low on supplies his goal was to “reach the post city of Antwerp and disrupt the Allied front and their much-needed supply lines along the way” (Battle of the Bulge Timeline (December 16th, 1944- January 25th, 1945), n.d.). This was an important battle that needed to be won, and it is said to be the “largest and perhaps the most savage land battle fought by the Americans in World War Two” (The Battle of the Bulge: Hitler's Final Gamble, 2005). This battle started on December 16, 1944. This started with the surprise

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