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Tags From Steven Spielberg And Tom Hanks ‘Band Of Brothers’ Were Discovered 78 Years After D-Day And Two Decades Afterward


Dog tags belonging to two members of the Band of Brothers, made famous by Stephen E. Ambrose’s book and the HBO miniseries starring Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks in 2001, have been discovered in the United Kingdom 78 years after D-Day and are being featured in a documentary for Dan Snow’s History Hit streamer.

After digging at Aldbourne, Wiltshire, where the 101st Airborne Division’s Easy Company was stationed before the Normandy invasion in World War II, Snow’s crew uncovered the tags belonging to Richard A. Blake and Carl Fenstermaker. Archaeologist Richard Osgood and a team of veterans from Nightingale and Aldbourne Heritage Centre, with the help of Breaking Ground Heritage, discovered the tags.

The Emmy-winning HBO series Band of Brothers, which starred Damian Lewis as Winters and David Schwimmer as Captain Herbert Sobel and depicted the events of the battalion, made members of the Easy Company famous.

Snow’s documentary, Uncovering the Band of Brothers, will air on History Hit, which is owned by Little Dot Studios, this month, along with an accompanying podcast. The discovery comes just a few weeks after Snow’s team discovered Sir Ernest Shackleton’s sunken endurance ship near Antarctica, which was shot for a Nat Geo documentary directed by BAFTA-nominated director Natalie Hewit, who was also overseen by Snow.

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