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History | History

Why Ronald Speirs Was The Most Fearsome Paratrooper In The Real-Life 'Band Of Brothers'

Ronald Speirs was known as a fearsome fighter — who wasn't afraid of killing just to make a point.

History | History

The True Story Of Captain Lewis Nixon And The ‘Band Of Brothers’ He Served With During World War II

Born in New York in 1918, U.S. Army Captain Lewis Nixon III served with the 101st Airborne Division's Easy Company during World War II.

News | News

Last Surviving ‘Band Of Brothers’ Officer – A Jewish Soldier Who Toasted His Son’s Bar Mitzvah With Cognac Stolen From Hitler’s ‘Eagle’s Nest’ – Dies At 99

Retired Army Col. Edward Shames — the last surviving officer of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division — passed away Friday at the age of 99.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

'Band of Brothers' was a casting feat for the ages

If you ever want to know what it takes to put together one of the most impressive casts ever assembled for a television miniseries, it would be worth digging through Meg Liberman's archives.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

10 Surprising Facts About Band of Brothers

3. It caused some controversy in the United Kingdom.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Willie Nelson struggles with age, depth of catalog on Band Of Brothers

Willie Nelson has a problem. It’s not weed; it’s age. Like Paul McCartney, Dolly Parton, Bob Dylan, and Neil Young before him—or after him, even—Nelson is running up against the burden of his own material. Simply put: He’s got too many great son