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This was published by LSU Press, following renewed interest in World War II and almost 40 years after his death in a boating accident.
(Ambrose had in his 1992 book quoted liberally from Webster's unpublished diary entries, with permission from his estate).
The series was developed chiefly by Tom Hanks and Erik Jendresen, who spent months detailing the plot outline and individual episodes.
One was held at Utah Beach, Normandy, where US troops had landed on June 6, 1944.
Since Band of Brothers focuses entirely on the exploits of "E" (Easy) Company during World War II, the series features a large ensemble cast.
Appearing in all ten episodes: Band of Brothers received critical acclaim, mixed with doubts about the handling of individual characters.
Their experiences, and the moral, mental, and physical hurdles they must overcome, are central to the narrative.
To preserve historical accuracy, the writers conducted additional research.