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German troops attacking American troops and tanks on the Western Front.
The battle between American and German troops on the Western Front during World War II. German General of Infantry Dietrich von Choltitz at the front line. German troops on bicycles are given newspapers which point to Eisenhower campaign. Sign in German, “feindeinsicht wirble keinen staub auf sonst kriegst du eins aufs dach draue” warns of keeping dust down to avoid detection by enemy. Soldiers marching on the battlefield. German troops move through woods, fire rocket launchers, flame throwers and hand grenades during an attack on American tanks after signal from officer firing signal flare. German soldier camouflages helmet with a fern branch. Smoke rises from firing and bombardment on the battlefield. American tanks passing through an opening in a wooded sector. German troops engage in a battle and knock out several American Sherman tanks firing Panzerschreck and deploying a Goliath tracked mine, or beetle tank. U.S. prisoners are taken by the Germans. View of captured U.S. prisoners. Some prisoners cover their faces. Location: Western Front European Theater. Date: 1944.
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