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In the footsteps of the Band of Brothers : a return to Easy Company's battlefields with Sergeant Forrest Guth

Author: Larry Alexander; Forrest L Guth
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : NAL Caliber, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Part travelogue, part historical perspective, this work is an inspiring walk through World War II history from the national bestselling author of "Biggest Brother."
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Personal narratives
Personal narratives, American
Named Person: Forrest L Guth; Forrest L Guth
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Larry Alexander; Forrest L Guth
ISBN: 9780451229915 0451229916
OCLC Number: 462902019
Description: 322 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The journey begins : Toccoa and Currahee --
"A nice, quiet little town" : Aldbourne, Wiltshire --
Littlecote and lardy cakes : final preparations --
"We were all scared to death" : D-Day --
" ... an absolute minefield of varying accounts" : the assault at Brecourt Manor --
"The Americans have done everything for us here" : Utah Beach to Carentan --
"The situation is normal. We're surrounded" : Operation Market Garden --
The stuff of legends : the island --
"Nuts!" : Bastogne --
"Hell, all of us wanted to quit" : Foy to Rachamps --
A personal pilgrimage : the story of another Easy Company --
Haguenau : setting the record straight --
Epilogue: their echo will never fade --
A tribute : Forrest "Goody" Guth, 1921-2009.
Other Titles: Band of Brothers
Responsibility: Larry Alexander.

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Part travelogue, part historical perspective, this work is an inspiring walk through World War II history from the national bestselling author of "Biggest Brother."
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