Below is a collection of DVDs relating to the Battle of the Bulge. Click through for more information on each title.
MARCHING ONCE MORE
Sixty years after one of most horrific times in their lives, veterans of the Battle of the Bulge return to the battlefield-perhaps for the last time-to confront their past and see what’s happened to those they liberated so long ago. An emotion-packed journey that’s a powerful reminder of the enormous contribution the soldiers of World War II made to our world’s history.
THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE
Veterans describe their experiences during the battle, which remains the largest land battle ever fought by the United States Army. To order by mail or phone call Larry Cappetto 970-254-9262
BATTLE OF THE BULGE – THE BRAVE RIFLES
December 1944 … A US Army stood on the brink of collapse until small clusters of heroes rose from the ice and snow and drove back the Nazi hordes with raw fury and amazing courage.
LET FREEDOM RING
George Ciampa a WWII veteran, who served in the 607th Graves Registration Company, during five European battle campaigns, tells about the real cost of freedom.
THE WERETH 11
The Wereth Eleven retraces the steps eleven black GI’s from the 333rd Field Artillery Battalion took when their unit was overrun by Germans at the start of the Battle of the Bulge. Their 10-mile trek from their battery position to Wereth, Belgium would be the last journey of their lives as a local resident turned them in to an SS scouting party.
BATTLE OF ST. VITH
This video documents the battle for St. Vith. Produced by the Army, it includes on-camera interviews with many officers (American and German) and enlisted men who fought to take and defend this strategically important junction in Belgium.
84TH INFANTRY DIVISION – BATTLE OF THE BULGE
This film was produced by the Army and documents the division’s particpation in this World War II campaign. It includes interviews with officers and enlisted men from both the American and German armies. Also includes excellent combat film footage of the campaign.
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE
The compelling chronicle of this bloody battle includes newsreel footage and film from German and American archives
THANK YOU EDDIE HART
The uplifting, true story about a U.S. soldier killed in World War II and buried in the Netherlands, and a Dutch family so grateful for their freedom from the Nazis that they adopted his grave and to this day, still honor him. Told by those on the front lines of history, including veterans who served with the soldier, PFC Eddie Hart, this story will renew your faith in the human spirit.