Goody Guth is an original member of the famous Easy Company of the 506thPIR, the Band of Brothers In Normandy, Guth chose to disregard the order against taking cameras into Normandy and snapped photographs throughout the Normandy campaign leaving him with many outstanding images.With the help of these photographs and Guth s recollections it has been possible to retrace the route he took from the place he was misdropped near Utah Beach, until he reached Easy on the outskirts of Carentan Guth s story is retold through many photographs, pieces of his original uniform and equipment and his personal recollections....
|Title||:||Cpl. Forrest Guth: 'E' Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne Division (WWII American Paratroopers Portrait Series, No. 1)|
|Publisher||:||D Day Publishing June 11, 2009|
|Number of Pages||:||56 pages|
|File Size||:||687 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Cpl. Forrest Guth: 'E' Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne Division (WWII American Paratroopers Portrait Series, No. 1) Reviews
fantastic book got much needed imformation from it thank you
Cpl. Forrest Guth, of Wilmington, Delaware, was one of the real "Band of Brothers" featured in Stephen Ambrose's book and the HBO movie series of the same name.
Mr. DeTrez does a fabulous job in telling Corporal Guth's story of his time in the Airborne. Tons of pictures, many with long, information-filled captions. The pictures are from Mr. Guth's private collection, and give a great perspective on his time in the 101st Airborne. It's almost like you're sitting in his house, looking at his personal photo albums.
If you liked "Band of Brothers," you'll enjoy this book. It follows one member of Easy company from when he joined the Airborne until the end of the war. The book is filled with photos taken by Cpl. Guth during training, the Normandy Invasion and the Battle of the Bulge. There are also photos of the uniforms and equipment he carried. It's really a fascinating account of what this one man experienced during the war. Be sure to check out De Trez's other Airborne books. You won't be disappointed.
Amazing collection of photo's from a 101st member on D-Day. If you are a fan of the Band of Brothers series on HBO or enjoyed Ambrose's book you'll love these photos.
I found this book interesting & informative. It includes some great pictures & first hand information from a hero that was actually there defending our country.