Vampir is right this is part of the battle of the elsenborn Ridge, a forgotten part of the battle of the buldge but nonetheless a very important part of the battle. The germans had to take the camp to make use of the American supplys in order to continue their advance.
It will not be easy. So many natural barriers on one side. Both the landscape of the area has a number of advantages of the defending side. I think it can be quite interesting. If we consider it from a military point of view. A more detailed view could give more answers.
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