Richard D. Winters was a soldier who always led from the front with the well-being of his men as his top priority. This film honors one of World War II’s finest and most respected combat leaders.
Learn about his early years, and the famed D-Day assault on Brecourt Manor that took out four German 105mm guns that had been firing on American troops landing on Utah Beach. Hear from Winters himself, as well as from the men of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne, which Winters commanded in World War II.
Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning British actor Damian Lewis played the role of Winters in the TV mini-series Band of Brothers. He describes that experience as “…a defining moment in my life.” Lewis lends his voice and thoughts in this film honoring the humble World War II veteran.
Bonus! See a film on the Leadership Monument Dedication in Normandy, France; plus a short film that explores Normandy from above.
• A film about World War II hero Richard D. Winters, who commanded Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne
• Narrated by actor Damian Lewis, who played the role of Winters in Band of Brothers, the TV mini-series about Easy Company
• Hear real stories from World War II in this film from the World War II Foundation
• Bonus: See the actual Leadership Monument Dedication to Winters in Normandy, France
• Bonus: Explore Normandy from above in a beautiful short film