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Band of Brothers Review

Summary: Reviews the book, Band of Brothers by Stephen E. Ambrose. Includes a summary of the book, where the author received his sources, and what is learned.
In the summer of 1942, a group of young men from different backgrounds came to Camp Toccoa, Georgia and volunteered to be paratroopers. Band of Brothers, by Stephen Ambrose, tells the story of these young men as World War II brings them together and either takes their lives or gives them a new perspective on it. These men formed Easy Company of the 101st Airborne division in the U.S. Army. From the training camp in Georgia, they go to England, then the Allied invasion of Normandy on D-day. They are sent to fight in Holland, suffer the extremely cold winter in Belgium, and also take Hitler's Eagles Nest in Austria. All of the experiences they went through made them into a "band of brothers."

At Camp Toccoa, Easy Company had a trainer, Captain Sobel, who was not very nice and put them through very rigorous training...

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