Webster wrote this book a short time after the war, relying on his letters home and recollections he wrote right after his discharge. His memoirs are threaded with novel-type narrative and conversation, and they have never been published. photo insert.Webster wrote this book a short time after the war, relying on his letters home and recollections he wrote right after his discharge. His memoirs are threaded with novel-type narrative and conversation, and they have never been published. photo insert.Read Less
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This is a good, day by day, combat journal from one of the original "Band of Brothers". He was a member of Easy Company and parachuted into Normandy on D-Day and Holland for the infamous "Bridge Too Far". Written close to the actual events in 1947, it has a flavor of an eye-witness account. Most surprising was his criticism of specific officers and his ultimate dissatisfaction with army life in general.
May 1, 2008
what a great story
I got this books with high hopes and was surprised to find that it was even better than I thought it would be. The writing was great and I felt that I was right there with Mr. Webster throughout the story. This is a wonderful book to get, especialy if you enjoyed the Band Of Brothers series.
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