SILENCING THE GUNS by James Dietz

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6 June, 1944, Normandy, France. Amidst the roar of D-Day, the paratroopers of Easy Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne Division, capture the first of four German cannons at Brécourt Manor. Led by Lt. Dick Winters, the 12 men of Easy Company, with a handful of reinforcements, would rout the German gun crews and 50 enemy paratroopers.

For his actions, Lt. Winters was recommended for the Congressional Medal of Honor

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Framed Collectors Piece Framed with twelve Easy Company signatures including Dick Winters -

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6 June, 1944, Normandy, France. Amidst the roar of D-Day, the paratroopers of Easy Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne Division, capture the first of four German cannons at Brécourt Manor. Led by Lt. Dick Winters, the 12 men of Easy Company, with a handful of reinforcements, would rout the German gun crews and 50 enemy paratroopers.

For his actions, Lt. Winters was recommended for the Congressional Medal of Honor

We currently have available just one copy of this amazing piece which is personally signed by four veterans of Easy Company, including their legendary leader Dick Winters – a rare original autograph:

Staff Sergeant BILL GUARNERE
Sergeant DON MALARKEY
1st Lieutenant “BUCK” COMPTON
Major RICHARD “DICK” WINTERS

The print is framed to include museum quality reproduction jump wings, screaming eagle pin badge and the original autographs of eight more Easy Company veterans:

Sergeant PAUL ROGERS
Colonel ED SHAMES
Corporal HERB SUERTH
Sergeant “BUCK” TAYLOR
Private 1st Class BILL WINGETT
First Sergeant FRANK SOBOLESKI
Private 1st Class BILL MAYNARD
Sergeant EDWARD TIPPER

This stunning collector’s item is the perfect centerpiece for any Easy Company enthusiast, but due to its unique nature is likely to be in great demand.

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