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Battle of the Bulge: Effects on the war
Battle of the Bulge: Effects on the War
It is now late 1944; the Allies had gained a lot of momentum moving across Belgium. Allied landings in Normandy, on D-Day, were the start of the Allied campaign across northwest Europe. Now in their sights was the Rhineland. Hitler planned an offensive to retake the city of Antwerp, which he hoped would lead to quarreling between the Allied powers (Pimlott 14). This great battle will prove to be Hitler's last breath of command for the Germans. The capture of Antwerp would also slow their progress and allow for German regrouping.
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