The Battle of the Bulge gallery within The National WWII Museum's Road to Berlin: European Theater Galleries immerses visitors in the frozen Ardennes forest, where citizen soldiers—caught off guard and without proper winter gear—defended their battered line against Hitler’s final surge. A large-scale dimensional video (left) and running audio of German and American voices evokes the chaos and danger of this costly battle, as visitors walk through the recreated forest toward a camouflaged Opel staff car, abandoned by the German army.
The Battle of the Bulge gallery within The National WWII Museum's Road to Berlin: European Theater Galleries immerses visitors in the frozen Ardennes forest, where citizen soldiers—caught off guard and without proper winter gear—defended their battered line against Hitler’s final surge. A large-scale dimensional video (left) and running audio of German and American voices evokes the chaos and danger of this costly battle, as visitors walk through the recreated forest toward a camouflaged Opel staff car, abandoned by the German army. Courtesy of The National WWII Museum
The Battle of the Bulge gallery within The National WWII Museum's Road to Berlin: European Theater Galleries immerses visitors in the frozen Ardennes forest, where citizen soldiers—caught off guard and without proper winter gear—defended their battered line against Hitler’s final surge. A large-scale dimensional video (left) and running audio of German and American voices evokes the chaos and danger of this costly battle, as visitors walk through the recreated forest toward a camouflaged Opel staff car, abandoned by the German army. Courtesy of The National WWII Museum

National World War II Museum offers a moving experience

December 16, 2016 01:13 PM

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