Panzer Marche – The Dash to Bastogne Review

In one of my previous posts I reviewed the Siege of Bastogne. I mentioned that the constant pitch was a downside of the documentary. In Panzer Marche, this was not the case. The documentary was actually shorter, but much more powerful. The first part of the documentary focusses on how the Germans managed to surprise the resting 28th […]

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OMG – What to do?

Wednesday September 17th it will be the 70th anniversary of Operation Market Garden. Luckily, wednesday is my day off from studies, so I will be visiting the battlefields of Operation Market Garden (OMG)   As a preparation of the anniversary it is the perfect time to rewatch some great movies such as A Bridge Too […]

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The Hoesdorf Plateau (U.S. Side)

In this post I will try to take you on a battlefield tour of the Battle of the Bulge! In August this year I visited the Hoesdorf Plateau and walked a historic route with different historical sites! The “Hoesdorf Plateau” is a historic circuit that tells you the Story of the 109th Infantry Regiment during the early […]

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The incredible story of a British WW2 Helmet

Betuws War Museum – The Island ’44-’45 If I would need three words to describe this museum I’d say: Quality Above Quantity. Before I rang the bell I wasn’t sure if I was at the right address. A man opened the door and we told about the museum. He welcomed us and sent us to […]

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Bastogne Ardennes 44 Museum

Did I just visit the battlefields? It was the first question I had after visiting the Bastogne Ardennes 44 Museum. Bastogne counts three museums at the moment and this was the only one I didn’t visit yet. The museum starts just like some other museums out there. Mannequins and lots of items are exhibited over the […]

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