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What the community says about Band of Brothers: E Company, 506th Regiment, 101st Airborne from Normandy to Hitler's Eagle's Nest
- "This is such a great World War II fiction and non-fiction book. You learn about the war but more importantly you get to experience all the struggle and hardships that these men have gone through. What makes it great is that some of the stuff definitely could have happened, but it might not have in real life. It is a great combination book and I couldn't put it down. It gave me so much more information on the war than you could have found in a history text book. The way those men were and what they thought and how they acted, you couldn't experience that from a school book.""This book was really easy to read and I loved the content. It made me feel like I was apart of their unit. I absolutely loved it!"
- "This history book is very interesting. This book is based on real story and its described so vividly, and it has a very unique style of writing. I can say that this is a book that is worthy reading it, and knowing this story, problems and challenges of that time. "
- "Since I'm a WW2 buff, I always enjoy new books to read about it. The Band of Brothers book was a superb look into the European front of the War, and I greatly enjoyed it. It gave me much better knowledge of the East Company, along with respect for what they did. "