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What did the December 1944 Battle of the Bulge reveal about the Nazi military?
They were exceptionally skilled at fighting in brutally cold weather.
They were still willing and able to conduct a powerful offensive against the Allied armies.
They were willing to violate the agreements made at the 1929 Geneva Convention, as seen in the slaughter of Belgian civilians.
Their use of "blitzkrieg" tactics continued to give them the upper-hand in the European theater of action.
They were easily able to defeat the invading Soviet Red Army from the east.