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    Richard Winters Dies at 92; Led ‘Band of Brothers’

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    Richard Winters Obituary - Harrisburg, PA | Patriot-News

    I would follow you into hell. Major Winters died like he lived. I know a thing or two about war. My day job is to study and understand war. I have written academic articles on war, I have taught on war and even though I can write about war for pages and talk about it for hours as a scholar, the human cost of war is still incomprehensible to me. Let me take a moment and look at my own family. My maternal grandmother never knew her father because he was a soldier in WWI in the Eastern Front in Turkey, and he literally froze because of the cold as he fought against the Russians.
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    Band of Brothers' Maj Richard Winters dies aged 92

    Barbara Starr: "Band of Brothers" lives on. He would have turned 93 years old in February. Winters died January 2 and was buried after a private funeral Saturday, according to retired Army Col. Cole Kingseed, a close friend and co-author of Winters' memoirs. Winters began his career in the Army shortly before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in , and he volunteered to become a paratrooper, according to his wartime memoirs "Beyond Band of Brothers.
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    He was eventually promoted to major and put in command of the 2nd Battalion. As first lieutenant , Winters parachuted into Normandy in the early hours of D-Day, June 6, , and later fought across France, the Netherlands, Belgium, and eventually Germany. After the German surrender in May , he left the th and was stationed in France, where senior officers were needed to oversee the return home. In , during the Korean War , Winters was recalled to the Army from the inactive list and briefly served as a regimental planning and training officer on staff at Fort Dix , New Jersey. Winters was issued orders for deployment and was preparing to depart for Korea, but instead left the Army under a provision that allowed officers who had served in World War II but had been inactive since to resign their commission.
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