Battle of the Bulge

Welcome on our website about the Battle of the Bulge!

On this website you will find unknown stories from the Battle of the Bulge.

! LATEST STORY: The Ottré Massacre, 11 years of research revealed!

Our latest:
Longread: The defence and fall of St Vith
Corporal of Horse John Jenkins, a forgotten hero.


On december 16th 1944 German troops crushed into the Ardennes, causing so much trouble for the small, and mainly  green troops who were defending the Belgium/Luxembourg border. The US army stepped in and a full war raged for a couple of weeks through the landscape.

Over the years many books were written about the Battle of the Bulge.
Our researchteam is diving into lesser known, small and individuel stories.
We are going to publish these stories, added with all the sources we used, wich give you a unique opportunity to follow all the traces we used.
It is our goal to collect as many of these and publish them, so the stories of these brave men will be visible for the public and….never will be forgotten.

It is going to cost time. A lot of time. But, according to us, it is worth it.
The website will be dynamic, wich means that we will be adding stories more and more.
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On behave of our team,

Bob Konings

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291th regiment of the 75th infantry division in Mont/ Grand Halleux with German POW's, january 15th 1945
291th regiment of the 75th infantry division in Mont/ Grand Halleux with German POW’s, january 15th 1945


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