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The Ardennes Battlefield Revisited:
Recently we posted a photograph of Hans van Ginkel’s eldest son Niels standing in front of Tiger 213 holding a copy of Devil's Charge. The photo was taken at La Gleize outside of the 'December 1944' museum which commemorates the Ardennes offensive. During their visit, Hans and the rest of his family took numerous photos of the displays held within the museum and of several of the World War Two era vehicles used to commemorate the battle and the men who took part. The van Ginkel family were kind enough to share with us their photos so we could share them with the Flames Of War community.
View the Ardennes Battlefield Revisited: Part Two here...
The M10 Achilles Tank Destroyer at La Roche.
Above left & right:
The Achilles commemorating the liberation of La Roche by the 51st Highland Division.
The commemorative plaque on the front of the Tank Destroyer.
A Sherman (76mm) at La Roche.
An American half-track at Stavelot.
The bridge over the Ambleve River at Stavelot.
Devil's Charge outside the Baugnez 44 Historical Center.
Rick van Ginkel in front of Panther 401.
An American 105mm Howitzer at Baraque de Fraiture.
More of Tiger 213 at La Gleize.
Hans van Ginkel standing by the Tiger 213.
Above left & right:
An commermorative American 76mm Sherman at St. Vith.
The commemorative plaque on the front of the Sherman.
Hans van Ginkel standing by the Sherman at St. Vith.
Outside the 'December 1944' museum.
The displays within.
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Thursday, October 16, 2014
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