Table of contents for Biggest brother : the life of Major D. Winters--the man who led the band of brothers / by Larry Alexander.

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Author's Introduction
Preface by Damian Lewis
Glossary of Terms
Prologue: shrine Auditorium, Hollywood
Chapter 1: The $10,000 Jump 							 1
Chapter 2: "$21 a day, once a month."						 30
Chapter 3: "I'll meet you at the North Star."						 59
Chapter 4: "A very, very tough day."							 99
Chapter 5: "I just knew you'd do well."						124
Chapter 6: "We took a hell of a licking."						147 
Chapter 7: "My luck is still holding."							174
Chapter 8: "Here we go again."							199
Chapter 9: "You can't leave us, Sir."							230
Chapter 10: "Their guys are probably dumber than ours."				253
Chapter 11: "Now I know why I'm here."						271
Chapter 12: "The Spoils of War."							297
Chapter 13: "I'll bet you thought I was gonna shoot you,"				328
Chapter 14: "I'll see you after I make the final jump."				351
Chapter 15: "I think E Company has a story to tell."					368
Chapter 16: "This is our last hurrah."							389
Epilogue: "Everybody wants a piece of you."					415
Winters On Leadership

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Winters, Richard D.
United States. Army. Parachute Infantry Regiment, 506th. Company E -- History.
United States. Army -- Biography.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Regimental histories -- United States.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Western Front.
Soldiers -- United States -- Biography.