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The Easy Company survivors describe the hell and confusion of any war: the senseless death of the nicest kid in the company when a souvenir Luger goes off in his pocket; the execution of a G.I. by his C.O. for disobeying an order not to get drunk. Despite the gratuitous horrors it relates, Band of Brothers illustrates what one of Ambrose's sources calls "the secret attractions of war ... the delight in comradeship, the delight in destruction ... war as spectacle." --Tim Appelo --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book makes clear the hell of war while showing how a group of men thrown together by WWII could rise above the hell and respond to extraordinary leadership and exhibit... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Anthony J Smalley
Stephen Ambrose has delivered a beautifully researched personal narrative that accurately captures the experience of America's legendary 101st Airborne division. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Drewster011
Better than the series.
Much faster and emotionally a good read!
Better than the movie. Learned more details about the men than expected. Good book for any veteran. It took me a while to finish as I travel.Published 12 days ago by mjaye65
The paperback version of this is a good size. The book overall is quite a good story to read. We are reading this in my History college course. It is one of my favorite war books.Published 17 days ago by Jonathan Zapata
this band of brothers is by Alexander Fullerton so the other reviews are about a book bystephen ambrose so read the right bookPublished 22 days ago by Keith E. Greenhalgh