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Wild Bill Guarnere Signed Band of Brothers Photo w/ M1 Garand Bullet

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William Guarnere joined Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division to fight in World War II.

He made his first combat jump on D-Day as part of the Allied invasion of France. Guarnere earned the nickname "Wild Bill" and lived up to it; he was terror on the battlefield and had a reckless attitude towards the Germans. In his recent autobiography entitled Beyond Band of Brothers; Memoirs of Major Richard Winters, Richard Winters refers to two men in Easy Company as being "natural killers": Ronald Speirs and Bill Guarnere. When making those statements about both men, Winters says it in a way that reflects respect, not in a negative manner.

Guarnere received the Silver Star for combat during the Brecourt Manor Assault on D-Day, and was later decorated with two Bronze Stars and two Purple Hearts, making him one of only two Easy Company members (the other being Lynn Compton) to be awarded the Silver Star throughout the duration of the war while a member of Easy.

This photograph is personally signed by "Wild Bill" and is matted to include a M1 Garand bullet. Limited Edition print - Certificate of Authenticity included.

Dimensions: 13"L x 16"W x 1"H
Weight: 3 lbs.
Wild Bill Guarnere Signed Band of Brothers Photo w  M1 Garand Bullet
Wild Bill Guarnere Signed Band of Brothers Photo w  M1 Garand Bullet

Wild Bill Guarnere Signed Band of Brothers Photo w/ M1 Garand Bullet

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