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The Battle of the Bulge was the last major German offensive whose code name for the operation was "Wacht am Rhein". Its aim is to make a breakthrough towards the port of Antwerp and to cut off the supply of Allied troops. It took place from 16 December 1944 to 25 January 1945, which resulted in a German defeat.
We invite you to follow in the footsteps of one of the most important battles of the Second World War, from the visit of the American cemetery of Henri-Chapelle where nearly 8000 soldiers are buried, continuing along the route taken by the Kampfgruppe Peiper, infamous for the abuses it committed on its way near Malmedy to finish in La Gleize where it had to abandon their tanks for lack of fuel and where one of them is still visible. We will continue our visit to the Fraiture Barracks to discuss one of the many heroic acts carried out by American troops to slow down or halt the German advance at Parker's Crossroads. Finally we will end the day with a final stop in Grandmenil where we can discover another remnant of this battle. On the second day of the visit we will focus on Bastogne and its surroundings, on the fierce resistance of the 101st American Airborne Division and its Easy Company made famous by the Band of Brothers series from Steven Spielberg.
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We propose two days of visit with a departure from Liege or Bastogne. 
For more of information and prices, contact us. 
(Only available from March to December)