It's a cold, harsh Christmas 1944 for the men of Easy Company as they try to hold the line around Bastogne against attacking German forces. They have no winter clothing, limited rations and... See full summary »
It's a cold, harsh Christmas 1944 for the men of Easy Company as they try to hold the line around Bastogne against attacking German forces. They have no winter clothing, limited rations and little ammunition. For Eugene Rowe, one of the medics, the problem is getting basic medical supplies. He's been scrounging what he can, but it simply isn't enough. He's managed to get supplies from a pretty French nurse in Bastogne, Renee, but as the casualties mount, he finds himself lacking even the most basic supplies. The men of Easy Company are left on their own much of the time as the Company commander, Lt. Dike, spends most of his in his foxhole. Written by
A huge tactical mistake the German's made on Bastogne was when they would make an attack, they would attack at only one place and with small forces, usually company sizes. They also had no idea that the Americans had little or no ammo left for their rifles and artillery pieces. Had they known this, they could have easily run over this position. See more »
At the end when Doc Roe is returning and gives 'Babe' Heffron the bandage on his hand, he has a shadow on either side. The shadows are visible in the second shot in the woods just before he passes the two men talking and Winters' foxhole. See more »
Cpl. Eugene Roe:
Oh Lord, grant that I shall never seek so much to be consoled as to console, to be understood as to understand, or to be loved as to love with all my heart.
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