The Battle of the Bulge in the Ardennes region of Belgium was Adolf Hitler’s last major offensive in World War II against the Western Front. Hitler’s aim was to split the Allied powers in their drive toward Germany. The German troops’ failure to divide Britain, France, and America with the Ardennes offensive paved the way to victory for the Allied powers. Part of the "Command Decisions" series. Please note this title may contain potentially offensive language and mature themes.