Leg of the arrow pointing to Berlin

At Truschbaum Lager (Camp Elsenborn), a military camp in Belgium on top of the Elsenborn Ridge, the trenches remain silent witnesses of the fierce hand-to-hand battles that were fought there, however, the camp has more stories to offer that may trigger ones interest in history.
When Elsenborn was liberated from enemy occupation in September 1944 allied troops deployed forward observers at the observation tower on top of the ridge.

Engineers were ordered to bulldozer all the vegetation in front of it to clear sights. Bored by the job description but very creative as engineers can be, the men cleared the vegetation with a hidden message. An arrow pointing towards Berlin. Still visible today but time has erased the tip of the arrow.