I made this short video of showroom 8 at the National Museum of Military History in Diekirch, Luxembourg. The museum is definitely worth a visit if you’re in the neighborhood. http://www.mnhm.lu/pageshtml/curatorsmessage.php
This room features an almost complete collection of American and German weapons, infantry and artillery ammunition, explosives, and anti-tank ordnance used during the Bulge. Most of the artifacts were found in the area, some of them were acquired from or traded with other military museums. Rare items are: German “Nebelwerfer” artillery rocket “Screaming Meamie” (in different calibers), 12 cm German mortar, German airborne assault rifle FG 42, American water-cooled Browning machine gun 1917 A1, U.S. “Pozit” artillery fuze, machine gun ammunition belt filling machine and numerous other artifacts. In addition, there is an extensive display of close combat and other edged weapons from both sides. Also, a superb example of German camouflage is the complete reversible autumn/winter mottled pattern combat dress of a Waffen-SS soldier.