101st Airborne: The Screaming Eagles at Normandy

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Zenith Press, May 14, 2001 - History - 156 pages
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This unprecedented look at the 101st Airborne contains photographs so rare, you won't believe your eyes! Mark Bando made an incredible find when he unearthed 50 color images of the Screaming Eagles taken at Normandy. These photographs, together with firsthand accounts and day-to-day, minute-by-minute history of the 101st Airborne, tell the story of this elite fighting group. These extremely rare images, together with more than 200 previously unpublished archival photographs from the author's own collection, provide a dynamic look at these daring World War II paratroopers.

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Simply amazing detail in the history of the 101st! Pictures are incredible! Read full review

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The author has studied the WWII 101st Airborne for many years. Book is full of unique photos,interviews, and first hand accounts of combat. Read full review

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