We Were a Band of Brothers by John D. Shaw
June 5, 1944, at Uppottery Airfield, England . . . Gilded in the evening’s glow, Lt. Richard Winters confers with his “Band of Brothers,” the paratroopers of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne.
Soon, these young men would parachute into German-occupied France, to spearhead Europe’s emancipation.
Winters holds a letter from regimental commander Col. Robert Sink, that states, “Tonight is the Night of Nights. Tomorrow throughout the whole of our homeland and the Allied world the bells will ring out the tidings that you have arrived, and the invasion for liberation has begun.”
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All print editions, including those hand autographed by Dick Winters and his Band of Brothers of Easy Company, are sold out. Please contact us to be on our waiting list should one come available for resale.
"We Were a Band of Brothers" was signed by a combination of the below D-Day veterans who fought to liberate Europe during World War II.
Sal Bellino - Easy Company
Bud Berry - C-47 pilot, 91st Troop Carrier Sq.
Maxwell Clark - Easy Company
Buck Compton - Easy Company
Wild Bill Guarnere - Easy Company
Forrest Guth - Easy Company
Ed Joint - Easy Company
Paul Lamoureux - Easy Company
Joe Lesniewski - Easy Company
Clancy Lyall - Easy Company
Don Malarkey - Easy Company
Earl McClung - Easy Company
Ed Shames - Easy Company
Rod Strohl - Easy Company
Buck Taylor - Easy Company
Dick Winters - Easy Company (Publisher & Artist Proofs)