Why Was the Battle of the Bulge Important?

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The Battle of Bulge was important because it was the last major Nazi attack against the Allies in World War II. The battle was also a last ditch attempt by Hitler to divide the Allies in two in their drive towards Germany and demolish their ability to supply themselves.
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