Fort Indiantown Gap (January 2013)

These pictures were taken at the annual Battle of the Bulge/World War II Living History Week at Fort Indiantown Gap Military Reservation in Annville, Pennsylvania.  The event takes place each year towards the end of January, and sees hundreds of WWII reenactors from across the country (and, often, the world) come to participate, as well as many WWII veterans who served during the Battle of the Bulge.  This particular event (F.I.G./Gap 2012) marked the 68th anniversary of the last, ditch effort offensive Hitler launched during the war.

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Note: The first group of pictures were taken with my smartphone and a few more with my period Argus C3 35mm camera; following my pictures are pictures taken by Clint Yarbrough, Kent Triplett, and Ashley and Ann Parker.

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