Bastogne: The Story Of The First Eight Days In Which The by S. L. A. Marshall, John G. Westover, A. Joseph Webber

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By S. L. A. Marshall, John G. Westover, A. Joseph Webber

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This wood is a small planta[39 ] 40 BASTOGNE tion of very tall spruces. Ewell saw that the long ridge running across to the spruces dominated Mageret in the valley. It seemed to him that putting one company there might cover the approach to Mageret. ~ Major Homan started out by road from Bizory to Mageret, but his route march ended, quickly. At the crest of Hill 510 he ran into German infantry in dug-in positions: they were the Reconnaissance Platoon of the 26th Volksgrenadier Division. Homan took this first jolt almost without loss; not so, the enemy.

They begged them from the armored troops of Combat Command B, 10th Armored Division, who were in the town, and thus in the interval the battalion became somewhat better equipped. 2 Colonel Ewell ordered Lieutenant Colonel George M. Griswold, commanding the 3d Battalion, to march his battalion to Mont, a little hamlet lying south of the Neffe road. ) It seemed like the best opportunity to get the battalion out of Bastogne. Ewell also directed that one of Griswold's companies be sent down the Wiltz road to cover the 3d Battalion's right Rank as it moved.

You are young, and by tomorrow morning you will probably be nervous. By midmorning the idea will probably come to you that it would be better to withdraw from Noville. " There were no maps at hand; one of Colonel Roberts' staff officers grabbed a Corps MP and sent him along with Desobry to put the team on the Noville road. A cavalry platoon leader from Desobry's column was sent on ahead to reconnoiter Noville, clear it if there were any enemy present, and then outpost it until the arrival of the main battle group.

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