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Band of Brothers: E Company, 506th Regiment, 101st Airborne from Normandy... - Attack: Noville: January 14-17, 1945 Summary & Analysis

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Attack: Noville: January 14-17, 1945 Summary and Analysis

In chapter thirteen, Easy Company was ordered to lead the attack on Noville. Winters was unhappy with the plan, but followed orders. First and 2nd Battalion participated in the attack. After a heavy firefight, Easy Company and the 2nd Battalion held Noville. To the men's dismay, Easy Company did not receive relief on the front lines after the difficult fight. Instead, General Taylor ordered the battalion north, to a village called Rachamps. The American troops advanced steadily under moderate resistance, but most of the Germans fled when the Americans reached the village.

At Rachamps, the men stayed inside of a building for the first time in a month. Finally, the 101st division was ordered off of the front line. Easy Company maintained heavy losses during the Bastogne siege. The survivors recounted the mental scars they suffered during the arduous...

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