World War 2 Shot Bullet from The Battle of The Bulge- Bastogne, Belgium
"Allies- Commanding Officer General Anthony McAuliffe
101st Airborne Division
11,000 Enlisted & 800 Officers
Additional Support Units:11,000
Total Allied Forces:22,800
Axis- Commanding Officer Heinrich Freiherr von Luttwitz
XLV11 Panzer Corps, 2nd
Panzer Div. 5th Parachute Div.
Elements of 7 German Divisions
Total Axis Forces: 54,000
General Anthony McAuliffe center, flanked by Lt. Danahy and Lt Col. Kinnard.
.50 Caliber Bullet fired from the M2 Browning Machine gun. Found in the Ardennes, Bastogne.
An M2 Browning Machine gun with a 2 man crew in the European Theater, during WW2."
Case comes in 6 x 8" matted display case stating location were found.
Two holes in the back of case for wall mounting.
This case comes with a "Certificate of Authenticity"
Southern Star GUARANTEES this product to be AUTHENTIC & GENUINE
You receive a different bullet than pictured. Only presentable bullets will be used.