Did the Allies win the Battle of the Bulge?
Yes, the Allies won the Battle of the Bulge. They were successful in defeating the German attempt to punch a hole in the Allied lines. It was the last time that the Germans were able to launch an offensive drive. (in the west)
while george Patton did not win the battle of the bulge all by himself,he was one of the main reasons that the allies defeated hitlers last gamble in the west.only he was able to disengagehis third army from battle in the mannerheim area of western Germany in the winter of 1944 and march 100 miles north and attack the left flank of the German forces then attcking thru the ardennes region of belgium.
The Battle of the Bulge was quite a important battle for the allies for few reasons. Someof those reasons are that; It was the final major German offence in WW2. If the allies were victoriouse, it would crush the German moral If the allies failed, it would boost German morale and would result the Germans pushing the allieds on the western front, then to encounter the USSR, which were advancing from the east.
The last big German counter-offensive was the Battle of the Bulge in which the Germans launched an attack on the allies in the Ardennes. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Bulge The last major counteroffensive of the war was the attack by the Germans into the Ardennes (battle of the bulge). The Battle of the Bulge
After the battle Germany lost so much equipment and men it effectively left the German army a non-factor. Germany than turned to young children and old men to oppose the allies With that said, the Battle of the Bulge was a necessary German counter attack. It was their last chance to stop the Allied advance in the West.
The battle of tyhe bulge resulted in greatly reduced manpower for the germans, as well as great loss in air force power. The allies, on the other hand, remaind weel equipped with ample man power. Hitlers last-ditch effort to win the war resluted in a loss of force that eventaully led to his demise, 2 months later.
The Battle of the Bulge (officially called Operation Watch on the Rhine by the Germans and the Ardennes-Alsace Campaign by the Americans) was fought in Belgium. The "Bulge" refers to a large bulge (approx 50 miles deep and 35 miles across) in the Allied front line where the Germans pushed the Allies back at the start of the campaign