The Americans were attempting to take a well-fortified hill from the Germans, but their attacks were stalled by intense machinegun fire.
The Germans, being masters of warfare, have not forgotten to protect their flank, as the Americans learn the hard way.
However, with a firerate of 1,300 rounds per minute, the MG-42 overheats rapidly.
Private Novak sees an oppurtunity.
With the machinegun gone, the Americans can advance unhindered.
One German, a master of camouflage, opens fire from close range.
Revealed, he is quickly killed–but he takes one with him.
At last at the entrance to the bunker, Captain Jones decides to make the Germans pay.
Flamethrowers do not kill as quickly as a bullet–making them ideal for revenge.
The bunker explodes as the flames seek an escape route.
It is too late for anybody to escape the flames, no matter how hard they try.
But the Germans have a complex system of trenches behind the bunker…
To be continued…
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