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The Battle at Brecourt Manor
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Welcome to the website for the widely acclaimed documentary on the Brecourt Manor Assault, titled "The Battle at Brecourt Manor". This documentary is a non-profit educational project which carries the intent of accurately representing the events that took place on June 6th, 1944 for the men of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment. The Brecourt Manor Assault and the men of Easy Company were both made famous by the book written by Stephen Ambrose and popular HBO mini-series titled "Band of Brothers" executive produced by Tom Hanks and Stephen Spielberg

"The Battle at Brecourt Manor" will give you the most accurate and detailed accounts by using modern day 3-D technology, reenactment video, and the personal accounts of five men from Easy Company who were at Brecourt Manor. Three of these men are still alive today. We hope this project gives these men the comfort of knowing that their sacrifices are accurately remembered and told to future generations to come. For more information about the Brecourt Manor Assault and this documentary please visit the about page.


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The documentary is currently not yet available for order. The EXPECTED online public release of the full DVD with bonus features, and version with extended bonus features is expected sometime in 2012. The release could be anytime and for the most part is pending further response from a particular contact associated with the History Channel.

Please hold all questions via our contact form that relate to price, film rating, and RELEASE DATE. We appreciate your patience. Thank you.

 

 

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Evergreen Aviation Event Recap Video

This is a video recap of our last major event that had both Compton and Malarkey together. The event was held back in May at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum. This inspiring and emotionally catching video was created by our editor Evan Applegate. The event featured a talk and question portion with Don Malarkey and Buck Compton, a video tribute to Dick Winters and the men of Easy Company, and a showing of the documentary. Speakers included the Museum's Executive Director Larry Wood, Promotional Manager Justin Alderman, Executive Producer Vance Day, and Guest Speaker LTC(R) Al Lake. The performance of "Requiem for a Soldier" the Band of Brothers theme was by the Linnfield College Choir. Please feel free to commit on our facebook page and/or on the video itself. Please pass it along!

 

 
Last Event for Donald Malarkey (St. Louis)

 

T/Sgt. Don Malarkey will be making his LAST major public event appearance June 3rd and 4th in St. Louis, MO. He will be joined by our projects Executive Producer Vance Day and Promotional Manager Justin Alderman. This event is hosted by the Constitutional Coalition. The event combines both a showing of "The Battle at Brecourt Manor" along with Day's Frontline Leadership Seminar through On-Point Strategies.\

The event includes:

  • Friday, June 3, 2011 (Twin Oaks Pres. Church)
  • 5:30pm - Dinner
  • 7:15pm - The Battle at Brecourt Manor screening
  • 8:15pm - Talk and Q&A, Sgt. Malarkey
  • Saturday, June 4, 2011 (Twin Oaks Pres. Church)
  • In-Depth Leadership Training (ages 17 and above) - 9:00am to 2:00pm including lunch

For more information and/or to register for the event visit the link below. Registration due by May 27th!

 

http://www.constitutionalcoalition.org/index.cfm/leadership-seminar/

 

 

 

 
Evergreen Aviation Museum Showing

The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum is excited to host a showing of the "The Battle at Brecourt Manor."  The event includes a question and answer portion with executive producer Vance Day, promotional manager Justin Alderman, 1st Lt. Lynn "Buck" Compton, and T/Sgt. Don Malarkey. Books will also be available for signing. The event is free with Museum admission. It will be on Saturday May 21st, 2011. The event starts at 1pm with a general introduction and special short tribute to Major Richard "Dick" Winters.

http://www.evergreenmuseum.org/

 

The Museum is located in McMinnville, OR and is home to the famous Spruce Goose, and the unique new education water park which features a Evergreen International Boeing 747 on top of the facility. It is the first of its kind in the world.

We look forward to this event which will also be our release event of our documentary on DVD to the public. Online orders should be available the same day exclusively through this website.

 

 
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