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German Losses: The Battle Of The Bulge

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German losses were greater than their army could take. The Germans also lost a significant number of weapons, specifically tanks. German industries would not be able to replenish these materials before the end of the war. American losses were serious, but not nearly as devastating to their army. The battle is significant during World War II because it is Hitler’s last major offensive in the war. While the battle was intended to split Allied lines and force negotiated peace, American forces could contain the battle and inflict heavier losses on the German forces. The Germans lost so many experienced troops and equipment that there was no way their army could launch another attack on Allied forces. The Battle of the Bulge is most significant

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