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  1. The 10th Armored Division (nicknamed 'Tiger Division' was an armored division of the United States Army in World War II. In the European Theater of Operations the 10th Armored Division was part of both the Twelfth United States Army Group and Sixth United

  2. The Division crossed the Danube, 23-25 April, and took Oberammergau. In May, the 10th drove into the famed “Redoubt,” and had reached Innsbruck when the war in Europe ended. Assignments in the ETO 5 September 1944: III Corps, Ninth Army, 12th Army Group. 10 October 1944: Third Army, 12th Army Group.

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  4. The 10th Armored Division was inactivated on 13 October 1945 at Camp Patrick Henry, Virginia. On 25 February 1953, the division was allotted to the Regular Army but remained inactive. Contents 1 History 1.1 Nickname 1.2 Combat chronicle 1.3 Bastogne 1.4 Across the Saar 1.5 Composition 1.6 Assignments 1.7 Casualties 2 In film 3 See also 4 Notes

  5. The 10th returned in early 1945 to the Moselle-Saar region to continue its drive into Germany. On March 2, 1945, the unit captured the city of Trier. It crossed the Rhine Riverlater that month. Moving southward into Bavaria, the 10th took the town of Oberammergau and had reached Innsbruck, Austria, when the war ended.

  6. Apr 14, 2018 · The Tiger Division didn’t begin its overseas service until the war on the Western Front had been under way for three months, but the 10th got into action in time to establish its claim to three big “firsts”: First Third Army division to enter Germany. First Third Army division to capture a major German city—Trier.

  7. The 10th Armored Division entered France through the port of Cherbourg, 23 September 1944, and put in a month of training at Teurtheville, France, before entering combat. Leaving Teurtheville, 25 October, the Division moved to Mars-la-Tour, where it entered combat, 1 November, in support of the XX Corps, containing enemy troops in the area.

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