101st Airborne: The Screaming Eagles at Normandy by Mark Bando

By Mark Bando

A minute-by-minute and daily account of the elite one hundred and first Airborne’s bold parachute touchdown in the back of enemy strains at Normandy is observed by way of firsthand debts from Airborne veterans and 40 brilliant, formerly unknown (let on my own released) colour images of the “Screaming Eagles” at Normandy and in nice Britain sooner than the invasion. Accompanying those striking D-Day colour Kodachromes—which have been unearthed within the attic of a military doctor’s daughter—are greater than hundred black-and-white photos from one hundred and first survivors and the author’s personal deepest assortment. this can be an remarkable examine an elite struggling with strength in the course of one of many final century’s most important moments.

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Notes * 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 40 I am indebted to Marissa Cramer for extensive research assistance and editorial comments, and to Joshua Kurlantzick for comments on an earlier draft. com/magazine/archive/2010/01/don-apos-t-panicabout-china/7926/ (accessed June 18, 2012). html (accessed June 18, 2012). Elizabeth C. Economy, “The Game Changer: Coping with China’s Foreign Policy Revolution,” Foreign Affairs (November/December 2010): 142. Richard Nixon, “Asia after Viet Nam,” Foreign Affairs (October 1967): 111–25.

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