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- CAVALRY ASSOCIATION
- 14th Cavalry Group in Europe during World War II: The Losheim Gap & bridgehead at Remagen.
- Battle of the Bulge & Eagle's Nest tour to
- Peiper route to Trois Ponts, La Gleize (King Tiger tank), Stavelot, Malmedy Massacre site, Saint Vith, Bullingen, Losheimergraben, Losheim Gap, Siegfried Line.
- Battle of the Bulge Operational Summary of Hitler's Offensive in the
- Kampfgruppe Peiper was assigned to attack the Losheim Gap which was the historic point of entry for the victorious German armies in 1940.
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- Recalling the Battle of the Bulge
- 16, 1944, was the crashing of German shells outside his position in the Losheim Gap.
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- Losheim Gap - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Losheim Gap is a 5 miles (8.0 km) long, narrow valley at the western foot of the Schnee Eifel, on the border of Belgium and Germany.
- The Losheim Gap
- The Losheim Gap - The Initial Attack, 16 December 1944. The Losheimergraben, area of the 394th re-visited - To the south of the 393d Infantry, the 394th (Col.
- Losheim Gap | Facebook
- Losheim Gap - Description: The Losheim Gap is a 5 miles (8.
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