the Japanese started the battle of the bulge
The Battle of the Bulge started on 16th December 1944. The Battle of the Bulge ended on 25th January 1945.
The Battle of the Bulge was a World War 2 battle which happened in the Pacific theater. It started on December 16, 1944.
The battle started with a tremendess German artillary barrage,
germany started to retreat
The Battle of the Bulge started.
None, since the battle of the bulge, also known as the Ardennes offensive took place in 1945, about 3 decades after World War I started.
the German offensive at the battle of the bulge caused a 'bulge' in the allied front lines, thus came about the term 'battle of the bulge'........
The battle of the bulge was just 1 battle but their was several operations during the battl of the bulge
856,525 Allied soldiers fought in the Battle of the Bulge and the axis had 496,363 soldiers in the battle of the Bulge
the battle of the bulge was fought in the ardennes
From a huge bulge in the terrain where the battle took place. The river makes a huge bulge to the north. From a "bulge" in the american/german battle lines
Started December 16, 1944 and ended on January 25, 1945
The Ardennes campaign known as the 'Battle of the Bulge'. The battle started in December 1944 through Belgium, Luxembourg and into France.
the allied nations won the battle of bulge
No , the Battle of the Bulge was a failure for the Germans .
the battle of the bulge began because of a pink vibrator
The battle of Bulge was fought between Germany, and the United Kingdom.
About 1,330,000 men were involved in the Battle of the Bulge
The Battle of the Bulge took place on the Germany and Poland border,
The Battle of the Bulge was in World War Two.
The duration of Battle of the Bulge - film - is 2.78 hours.
19,000 soldiers died after battle of the bulge
19,000 Americans were killed in the battle of the bulge.
the battle of the bulge took place in the western sector of europe......
The Germans called the Battle of the Bulge Operation Watch on the Rhine.
For the allies; US, UK, Canada, Belgium, France and the Luxemburg resistance were involved with the Battle of the Bulge. Nazi Germany was the only Axis country involved with the Battle of the Bulge.
The battle site of the battle of the Bulge was the Ardennes. It's a piece land, what is in France, Luxembourg and Belgium.
It is believed that close to 600,000 Americans fought in the Battle of the Bulge.
The Battle of the Bulge had nothing to do with Berlin being captured.
In the Battle of the Bulge, Germany wanted to take over the country Antwerp.
The Battle of the Bulge... The Brave Rifles was created in 1965.
Back in nam. i was worried about the Vietnamese not no stupid bulge battle
Yes the 94th Infantry Division was part of the Battle of the Bulge.
A battle of the bulge is a term used humorously to refer to an attempt to avert weight gain.
Trying to lose weight! (The bulge is the abdominal or midriff bulge.)
Information on Theodore J. Sklarski at battle of the bulge
I have an Uncle still alive who was at Battle of the Bulge/
Second Battle of Naktong Bulge happened on 12-09-01.
The Battle of the Bulge was fought in an area of Belgium known as the Ardenne, during the winter
First Battle of Naktong Bulge happened on 19-08-05.
Battle of the Bulge - film - was created on 1965-12-16.
The duration of The Battle of the Bulge... The Brave Rifles is 3120.0 seconds.
No, the Battle of the Bulge happened in World War Two, in December 1944 to January 1945
The German attack on the American lines pushed the Americans many miles back in one area resulting in a bulge in the frontlines in Belgium.
Germany, United states and Bitan were in the battle of the bulge
No, it was the Battle of Midway. The Battle of the Bulge was a ground engagement in Europe. It was a German counterattack in France.
The Battle of the Bulge was an engagement in WW II, not a war in itself
Battleline - 1963 Battle of the Bulge was released on: USA: 1963
I Was There Battle of the Bulge - 2011 was released on: USA: 10 January 2011
The cast of Battle of the Bulge - 1951 includes: Phil Foster