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Tank destroyers, serving as artillery, fire on enemy positions at night in the snow. They are using two types of ammunition, one which has very bright powder flash, and another which has a dull red glow that gives off very little light. Sparsbach area, France.January 26, 1945 Credit: United States Army Harry S. Truman Library & Museum.

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