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Band of Brothers: E Company, 506th Regiment, 101st Airborne from Normandy... - Postwar Careers: 1945-1991 Summary & Analysis

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Postwar Careers: 1945-1991 Summary and Analysis

The final chapter of the book follows the postwar lives of several men who served with Easy Company. Overall, the group was a successful bunch. The author credits at least part of that success to WWII experiences with the Army. The soldiers grew up during the Depression era and most worked hard to build a successful and happy life. Most of the men raised families and gained success in the workforce. Several became builders and engineers. Even those who were injured and disabled, such as corporal Walter Gordon, sergeant Joe Toye, sergeant Bill Guarnere and sergeant Chuck Grant, persevered. Gordon earned a law degree. Toye worked in a textile and steel mill despite losing his right leg. Guarnere also lost a leg and worked as a printer, salesman, clerk and carpenter. Grant became an entrepreneur as the owner of a small...

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