|This map is from the
A History of the Second United States Armored Division 1940 to 1946
edited by Lt. Col. E. A. Trahan
Albert Love Enterprises: Atlanta
Published in 1946
This map shows the path of the 2nd Armored Division through Ciney,
|A map of the
"Battle of Ciney"
Rose Dewing Young
Nurse, 130th General Hospital
"Battle of the Belgian Bulge"
The Stars and Stripes
Wednesday, Jan. 10, 1945
Paul D. Abramson's daughter
"This is how the Belgian Bulge had shrunk from its maximum (black line) to its approximate present size (white border)."
2nd Armored Division Maps
|German Tank after the Bulge
Paul Witmer - December 1944
Jim Armour on the road to Ciney.
"We didn't see the sign...
The Ciney Railroad Station
was used by the Americans during the battle of the Bulge.
The Belgian underground/volunteers also used this
building during the war.
|This was used by the Americans during the war.||
Le Chateau St. Roch
|Belgium, December 1944
"A house which is near the hospital.
The little town of Ciney is in the background.
In front of the 130th
John Stamos and "Friends"
Can you identify any of these men?
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