Easy Company 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment - In Photographs

The Men of Easy Company


  • ISBN: 9781905662067
  • Deluxe edition: 350 copies
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Easy Company 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment - In Photographs

Signed by: Damian Lewis and at least seven veterans including: Bill Guarnere, Bill Maynard, Bill Wingett, Buck Compton, Buck Taylor, Clancy Lyall, Don Bond, Don Malarkey, Earl McClung, Ed Joint, Ed Shames, Ed Tipper, Forrest Guth, Frank Soboleski, Henry Zimmerman, Herb Suerth, Jack Foley, Joe Lesniewski, Paul Rogers, Rod Bain, Rod Strohl, Roy Gates, Shifty Powers

Contributors: The veterans of Easy Company, Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg, Damian Lewis, James Madio, Jake Powers

Paper: Heavyweight 200gsm matt art paper

Binding: Full black goatskin leather, gilded page edging, gilded embossed 506th Insignia and detailing.

Box: M1942 green cloth slipcase with tray, black silkscreened with parachutists

Extras: DVD 'In Good Company', Facsimile Hagenau town map, Facsimile 'Jump Into The Fight' 1942 recruitment leaflet, V-Mail letter from Bill Lauer, sent January 1945, Major Richard D Winters' military ID card and his original jump certificate, General McAuliffe's Christmas letter to the troops holed up in Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge, The 506 PIR Second Battalion's 1942 Christmas menu and company roster

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The ‘Band of Brothers’ that comprised Easy Company (as immortalised in Stephen Ambrose’s bestselling book and the celebrated mini-series co-produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks) will forever be remembered for their audacious acts of bravery throughout World War II.

For the first time, through an archive of over 400 rare photographs and items of memorabilia - including maps, rosters and diary extracts - together with a 20,000-word original text from surviving company veterans, Genesis Publications presents the history of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne, in an unparalleled signed limited edition book.

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The Independent: "The story of Easy Company has been told before... but never so personally as it is here."

  • Page size: 200mm x 250mm
  • 232 pages
  • 20000 words
  • 400 images

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