The history of Easy Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne, in an unparalleled limited edition book. Compiled by company historian Jake Powers it features over 400 rare photographs and items of memorabilia – including maps, diary extracts and rosters – together with a 20,000-word text from surviving company veterans.
Available for order at Genesis Publications now.
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Thank you everyone for the kind words regarding the book. I am glad to see and hear that those who have it enjoy it. I cannot begin to tell you how many years (30+) it took to be able to even think about presenting such a subject. The logisitics alone with Alex & Nick being in England and myself being in the States presented another set of issues even though we met in Normandy and England several times during my research trips over.
Thank you again for the support for the finished product. As originally intended, it was about the men.
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As we've spoken about before, you have every right to be proud of this beautiful tribute to these men.
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thank you very much for your work on that book! I'm short before buying it. At the moment i can't afford it, because i'm a 25 y.o. student who is naturally short on money.
But my time will hopefully come.
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