Advance and Destroy: Patton as Commander in the Bulge

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Index of Military Units
1st Cavalry Brigade, 142
1st Infantry Division, 69
1st SS Panzer Division “Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler”
30th Infantry Division moves to block, 91
armored strength, 37
Bastogne corridor actions, 228, 229, 232, 233, 236, 239, 258
casualties versus Third Army in the Ardennes, 317
diminished capacity during the Ardennes counteroffensive, 319
Harlange Pocket actions, 268, 284
initial strength, 26–27, 27, 33
LVIII Panzer Korps assumes command of, 259
Operation LÜTTICH, 14
organized withdrawal, January 10, 288
planned attack on Bastogne on December 30, 202
in reserve, 65
situation on December 29, 221, 223
situation on January 4, 258
2nd Armored Division, 240, 253–54, 290, 291, 421n21
2nd British Tactical Air Force, 150
2nd Cavalry Division, 142
2nd Cavalry Group, 171
2nd Combat Team/5th Infantry Division, 155, 171, 296
2nd Fallschirmjäger Division, 184
2nd Infantry Division, 66, 68–69, 371n21
2nd Panzer Division “Vienna”
Allied intelligence on the position of on December 21, 147
armored strength, 37
artillery effectiveness, 36 at Bastogne, 174
Bastogne corridor actions, 254
commander, 28
initial attacks in the Ardennes counteroffensive, 67
initial strength, 29, 33 redeployment on December 26, 201
situation following the relief of Bastogne, 183
situation on December 29, 405n66
situation on January 18, 298
XII Corps offensive and, 300
2nd SS Panzer Division “Das Reich”
armored strength, 37
initial strength, 27, 28, 33
Operation LÜTTICH, 14
organized withdrawal, January 10, 288
situation following the relief of Bastogne, 185
situation on December 29, 221
situation on December 31, 239
situation on January 8, 270
3rd Armored Division, 240, 253, 291
3rd Armored Field Artillery Battalion, 64
3rd Cavalry Group, 97, 114
3rd Fallschirmjäger Division, 27, 33, 65–66
3rd Panzergrenadier Division
American intelligence on, 104
armored strength, 37 Bastogne corridor actions, 226, 228, 229, 239, 249, 256
casualties versus Third Army in the Ardennes, 317

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Key to the Maps xiii
  • Series Editor’s Foreword xv
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Abbreviations xix
  • Studying Patton 1
  • Part I- The Road to the Bulge 11
  • 1- Origin of the Ardennes Counteroffensive 13
  • 2- The Opposing Armies in December 1944 25
  • Part II- Panzers in the Ardennes 53
  • 3- Onslaught 55
  • 4- Enter Patton 73
  • 5- The Verdun Conference 94
  • Part III- Descent on Bastogne 111
  • 6- The Ninety-Degree Turn 113
  • 7- Third Army Attacks, December 22–23 137
  • 8- A Rendezvous with Eagles, December 24–26 166
  • Part IV- The Incomplete Victory 179
  • 9- Patton’s Alternative Lines of Action 181
  • 10- Path to Attrition, December 27–29 200
  • 11- Slugging Match, December 30–31 226
  • 12- Culmination, January 1–4 241
  • 13- The Harlange Pocket, January 5–8 261
  • 14- No Risk, No Reward, January 9–25 275
  • 15- Assessment 303
  • Appendixes 325
  • Notes 355
  • Selected Bibliography 427
  • Index of Military Units 447
  • General Index 472
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