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  • German Vegetable juices glass bottle recovered from Foy near Bastogne from battle of the Bulge 1945

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    German Vegetable juices glass bottle still with original markings does still have tree roots inside it.The bottle is un broken with no damage and in cracking condition .The bottle was recovered from the Foy village area near Bastogne which was a first aid station for the 101st Airborne Division after its capture.This area was scene of the battle of the bulge in the winter of 1945 a very nice and rare relic from this famous battle and Hitler's last big offensive of the war.

    This item was recovered many years ago before the village of Foy and the woods became famous with Band of Brothers.

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    The Battle of the Bulge (16 December 1944 – 25 January 1945) was a major German offensive campaign launched through the densely forested Ardennes region of Wallonia in Belgium, France, and Luxembourg on the Western Front towards the end of World War II in the European theatre. The surprise attack caught the Allied forces completely off guard. American forces bore the brunt of the attack and incurred their highest casualties for any operation during the war. The battle also severely depleted Germany's armoured forces on the Western Front bringing the war to end much sooner.

    Foy - bulge

                                             The village of Foy acting as the aid station for the 101st Airborne in January 1945.