This is a photo of the original surrender document sent by German Gen. Heinrich Freiherr von Lüttwitz to U.S. Army Gen. Anthony McAuliffe, acting commander of the significantly outnumbered 101st Airborne Division dug in at Bastogne, Belgium, on Dec. 22, 1944. The document is up for bids in an online auction conducted by Sacramento’s Witherell’s auction house from Jan. 11-25, 2017.
This is a photo of the original surrender document sent by German Gen. Heinrich Freiherr von Lüttwitz to U.S. Army Gen. Anthony McAuliffe, acting commander of the significantly outnumbered 101st Airborne Division dug in at Bastogne, Belgium, on Dec. 22, 1944. The document is up for bids in an online auction conducted by Sacramento’s Witherell’s auction house from Jan. 11-25, 2017. Witherell’s auction house in Sacramento
This is a photo of the original surrender document sent by German Gen. Heinrich Freiherr von Lüttwitz to U.S. Army Gen. Anthony McAuliffe, acting commander of the significantly outnumbered 101st Airborne Division dug in at Bastogne, Belgium, on Dec. 22, 1944. The document is up for bids in an online auction conducted by Sacramento’s Witherell’s auction house from Jan. 11-25, 2017. Witherell’s auction house in Sacramento

Historic WWII document part of upcoming Witherell’s online auction

January 05, 2017 10:23 AM

UPDATED January 05, 2017 05:14 PM

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