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English: Map of the opening of the salient, the start of the Battle of the Bulge (German: Wacht am Rhein, "Watch on the Rhine"). Map covers 16 – 25 December 1944. Main source for map is File:P23(map).jpg, taken from
The frontlines in the Monschau-Malmedy-Pruem area have been adjusted as shown in, for example, and File:Battle of the Bulge 6th.jpg.
Français: Carte montrant le déplacement de troupes du 16 au 25 décembre 1944 lors de la bataille des Ardennes.
Date 06:09, 14 February 2012 (UTC)
Source Map data, operation lines, etc. taken from File:P23(map).jpg, a US military source. Also incorporate elements from File:France_blank.svg ( User:Sting), File:Maps template-history patch-en.svg (Sting and User:Yug), File:P23(map).jpg (US Military), and File:Wacht am Rhein map.svg ( User:Grandiose)
Author User:Matthewedwards


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