The Resource Patton and the desperate tank attack
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- On December 16, 1944, the hard-hit German Army secretly assembled a massive force to slam through Belgium-Luxembourg in the Ardennes Offensive, hitting the Allies' front line and beginning the Battle of the Bulge. General George S. Patton's 10th Armored Division is surrounded in the town of Bastogne until Patton decides to beat back the enemy assault with the best machine in his arsenal: the M-4 Sherman tank
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