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eugen Roe - Google zoeken

eugen Roe - Google zoeken

17th Airborne Division (the exact unit is not know but may be 513th PIR). Bastogne is located on the left side of the horizon line and the village of Mande-Saint-Etienne on the left side of the fir trees.

17th Airborne Division (the exact unit is not know but may be 513th PIR). Bastogne is located on the left side of the horizon line and the village of Mande-Saint-Etienne on the left side of the fir trees.

The real Band of Brothers - Bull Randleman

The real Band of Brothers - Bull Randleman

Omaha Beach, F. Capa

Omaha Beach, F. Capa

The Greatest Generation.....2nd Lieutenant C. Carwood Lipton (01/30/20 - 12/16/01) 1st Sgt. Company E, 2nd Battalion, 506 PIR, 101st Airborne; 2nd Lt. Company E, 2nd Battalion, 506 PIR, 101st Airborne

The Greatest Generation.....2nd Lieutenant C. Carwood Lipton (01/30/20 - 12/16/01) 1st Sgt. Company E, 2nd Battalion, 506 PIR, 101st Airborne; 2nd Lt. Company E, 2nd Battalion, 506 PIR, 101st Airborne

Red Army, 1942

Red Army, 1942

Don Malarkey and Joe Liebgott - Band of Brothers - Easy Company

Don Malarkey and Joe Liebgott - Band of Brothers - Easy Company

Easy Company

Easy Company

December, 1944, three members of Division Signal Company, 101st Airborne Division pose with another of the town signs, on the road coming-in from the northwest perimeter. This was taken right across the street from the Belgian Army barracks', where General McAuliffe established his divisional C.P. and where he made the classic 'Nuts' reply to the German demand for surrender. The stone wall at right is the edge of the town cemetery, and a comparison of this shot can still be made.

December, 1944, three members of Division Signal Company, 101st Airborne Division pose with another of the town signs, on the road coming-in from the northwest perimeter. This was taken right across the street from the Belgian Army barracks', where General McAuliffe established his divisional C.P. and where he made the classic 'Nuts' reply to the German demand for surrender. The stone wall at right is the edge of the town cemetery, and a comparison of this shot can still be made.

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