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Fighting With The Screaming Eagles (Paperback)

With the 101st Airborne Division from Normandy to Bastogne

WWII

By Robert Bowen
Imprint: Casemate Publishers
Pages: 256
Illustrations: 50 photos, 4 maps
ISBN: 9781935149309
Published: 5th November 2010

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‘From one former Screaming Eagle to another, an excellent book and a real credit to the story of the 101st Airborne Division during the cold days and nights of Winter 1944, leading to Victory in Europe (VE) day.' – The NCO Journal (USA) 'Highly recommended' – Military Modelcraft International'The understated heroism of Bowen and his comrades shines through his humility and candour.’ – Air & Space Power Journal (USA)Introduction by George E. KoskimakiRobert Bowen found himself drafted into Company C, 401st Glider Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, as World War II broke out, and soon afterwards found himself storming ashore amid the chaos on Utah Beach, through unfamiliar terrain littered with minefields and hidden snipers. He was wounded during the Normandy campaign but went on to fight in Holland and the Ardennes where he was captured and his ‘trip through hell’ truly began.Written shortly after the war, Bowen’s narrative is immediate, direct and compelling. His account, one of the few by a member of a glider regiment, is a brutal insight into the battlefields of World War II and a vivid recreation of just what life was like in an elite unit. From the horror of D-Day and the despair of captivity, to the taste of C Rations and the fear of soldiers under fire, this memoir tells the full story of one man’s total war.

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