"A Rendezvous with History"
At this point you most likely have seen the mini-series Band of Brothers and have read one of the many books on these Great Americans. To quote Major Dick Winters..."You can't get the complete picture of their sacrifices until you actually stand where we fought. This is the last piece of the puzzle".
The E/506th Map used while at Aldbourne England John Eubanks & Walter Gordon on D-Day
Original E/506th 1st Platoon Roster D-Day Original Map Used By Major Winters in Hagenau 1945
The personal note at the bottom of this page is from Major Richard D. Winters to Jake Powers. It reads: "To Jake Powers, You are a true "Brother" to all men of Company "E". Hang Tough, Dick Winters."
The smaller note at bottom left is the first copy of Band of Brothers that was signed by Dr. Stephen E. Ambrose to Jake upon the delivery of the first books to Ambrose's office. It reads: "With thanks for everything. SE Ambrose."