Screaming Eagles of WWII reference book
Pulles ("Pete" to his American friends) was the original author of the series
of books "Screaming Eagles of WWII" and the separate book "Honored
Dead of WWII".
It took him more than 20 years to collect the basic information on all participants of one of the American Army paratrooper units: the 101st Airborne Division.
the years, the booklets became a well-known reference document within
the Airborne world. After his death in 1997, the
Screaming Eagles of WWII Foundation,
Old version - no longer available
divided per unit, contained a comprehensive list of all 101st Airborne
troopers who participated in WWII.
With new and extensive information becoming available through internet, email and electronic databases, the Screaming Eagles of WWII Foundation produced a complete new version of the original rosters.
2014 version SCREAMING EAGLES OF WWII book - now available - PRESS RELEASE
One book, 683
pages, some 10-15% new names. Edited and published by the Screaming Eagles
of WWII Foundation ©
Information consists of name, rank, unit, home state, date killed in action, date missing in action, date wounded in action and any additional details such as killed in plane crash, type of wounds, place of burial and a check of data against the U.S. National Archives database.
The most comprehensive,
most used and most accurate reference material to any researcher of the
101st Airborne Division in World War II.
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