Fort Indian town Gap memorial

Fort Indian town Gap memorial

Dedications of a civic memorial: Military officials and World War II veterans dedicate a granite monument that reads “A Triumph of Courage,” at Fort Indiantown Gap to memorialize the 81,000 American troops killed or wounded in the Battle of the Bulge, which began in December 1944.


“The memory is still alive. Many in Belgium go to the monuments just to remember.

Triumph of Courage 1

I am so proud to be here, and thank you.”

– Brig. Gen. Guy Melchior,
Military Attaché from

Triumph of Courage

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