He was one of the Band of Brothers and is written about in Ambrose's book and has a character in the HBO series.
A brief one-time explanation of terms that he used over and over in the story would have helped me, but perhaps be as much of a problem for others.
David Webster was a good writer, with a sharp eye for detail as well as a participant to the events he writes about.
It tells the story of Airborne Infantry
In WWII through 1st hand accounts
Of a grunt who proudly served his
Country. Read more
I found it a bit wordy but otherwise a good first hand account of the 506 PIR.It is best as a companion book to Band of Brothers and Dick Winter's Beyond the Band of Brothers.Published 1 month ago by D. L. Jones
One of the most true to life books that I,ve read. Great perspective from the dogface side and very unglorified.Published 1 month ago by laura
It is beautifully written. (After all Webster is a Harvard guy),but I liked the everyday details,like what they ate, and mostly hated. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
ok book. nothing to hold you about the war or infantry. just one mans story who did not see much action.Published 2 months ago by daniel forth
Webster was able to give close up and personal accounts of this infantry company. Enjoyed the book. Webster's death was unfortunate.Published 2 months ago by D. D. Stanec
The book arrived verry soon and in a perfect condition. It was well packed and didnt't have a scratch. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Archie Backx
Its like reading a personal diary, hooks you and gives you an intimate insight into how WWII was like from an individual soldier's point of view. An overall great read.Published 6 months ago by Adrian Tong