Band of Brothers: E Company, 506th Regiment, 101st Airborne from Normandy... Topics for Discussion

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On multiple occasions throughout the text, the author credits Captain Sobel as one of the primary reasons that Easy Company had such a tightly knit bond. Do you agree with the author's assessment? Why or why not? Cite specific examples in the text that support your contention.

Discuss ethics and morality during wartime. For example, the soldiers began looting the personal property of enemy homes. Was the motive for looting purely for personal gain? Was it justified? Why or why not?

Describe a relational bond you have with someone in your life. Examples can be a friend, sibling, parent or teammate. Compare and contrast your relational bond with those in the book. Did your bond form from a mutual adversary or a through a positive experience? How do you maintain your bond? What benefits do you gain?

Compare and contrast Major Winters's leadership style to Captain Sobel's...

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