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River Crossing
River Crossing
Saving Private Niland?
Americans and Germans fight it out over a river crossing. The movie "Saving Private Ryan" was actually based on a real event, but the private in question was named Niland instead of Ryan!
German Assault
German Assault
Battle on the Steppes
The outcome of battles on the Eastern Front often hinged on the control of obscure villages in the middle of nowhere. Here Germans and Russians struggle over one.
Bocage
Bocage
After struggling ashore at D-Day, the allies were faced with the "Bocage" where small fields were surrounded by thick hedgerows. The fighting that resulted was at extremely close quarters, where a small number of defenders could ambush and delay much more powerful opponents.
King Tiger
King Tiger
During the Battle of the Bulge, the Germans used their most powerful tanks to push through the woods and snow.
Stuka
Stuka
Tactical air power had a strong effect on the war. Here the Germans use it to their advantage, but the allies used it more effectively in 1944 and 1945.
Railway Attack
Railway Attack
While the fighting on the ground was done by tanks and infantry, supplies in the East moved by rail. Rail lines and railway stations often were crucial objectives in battles in Russia.

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