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A YANK correspondent filed a report concerning all that he saw during the opening stages of the German counter-attack in Bastogne; some Americans were leaving, some were staying, new ones were arriving - and all the while the Bastognians watched in confusion and hoping for the best.

"The whole population of the town seems to be lining the cobbled streets to watch the Americans leave. The men stand silently, but some of the women and young girls cry softly. Only very small children still smile and wave as their elders did a few short months ago when the Americans first came to town."

     


Scenes from Bastogne (Yank Magazine, 1945)

Scenes from Bastogne (Yank Magazine, 1945)

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