101st Airborne by Mark Bando
The Screaming Eagles at Normandy

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A minute-by-minute and day-by-day account of the elite 101st Airborne’s daring parachute landing behind enemy lines at Normandy is accompanied by firsthand accounts from Airborne veterans and forty incredible, previously unknown (let alone published) color photos of the “Screaming Eagles” at Normandy and in Great Britain prior to the invasion. Accompanying these remarkable D-Day color Kodachromes—which were unearthed in the attic of an Army doctor’s daughter—are more than two hundred black-and-white photographs from 101st survivors and the author’s own private collection. This is an unprecedented look at an elite fighting force during one of the last century’s most crucial moments.


About Mark Bando

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Author and historian Mark Bando specializes in the history of the 101st Airborne and the 2nd Armored Division. He has published four previous books with Zenith Press, including The 101st Airborne at Normandy, The 101st Airborne: From Holland to Hitler's Eagle's Nest, 101st Airborne: The Screaming Eagles in World War II, and Breakout at Normandy: The 2nd Armored Division in the Land of the Dead. He is retired from the police department in Detroit, Michigan, where he resides. Visit him on the internet at www.101airborneww2.com
Published May 8, 2011 by Zenith Press. 156 pages
Genres: History, War, Travel. Non-fiction

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