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Band of Brothers in Bastogne Presentation by Reg Jans
The past two and a half decades historian Reg Jans has toured the Battle of the Bulge battlefields with the soldiers who were deployed during this horrific e...
REPLAY- Feeling sad missing out on our Battle of the Bulge Live Stream part 2 yesterday? No worries! Grab a beer and some comfort food and click the link to re-watch it, to hear the stories of Harry Miller (740 Tank Battalion) and Chet Rohn (11 Armored Division). Brilliant presentation by Roland Gaul and a heart-warming interview with Andrew Biggio about his amazing project: The Rifle!
After the success of our December livestream about the Battle of the Bulge, we decided to organize part 2. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the veterans are also ...
DOC ROE- Signed copies of the book 'How Easy Company became a Band of Brothers' by Doc Roe Grandson Chris now available here in English, Dutch & French!
This illustrated story book will immerse students and adults alike in the stories of ordinary men who courageously volunteered to join the elite paratroopers. Chris Langlois, a grandson of medic Eugene Roe, who served in Easy Company, collaborated with artist Anneke Helleman from The Netherlands to create an introduction to the men of Easy Company. This is the beginning of a journey for the reader to learn more about these heroes.
BURGERS IN BERLIN- Earlier this week WWII veteran Frank Sisson from Oklahoma City shared a personal and extraordinary Christmas wartime story with us. The greatest generation ... !
Hope they soon will name a burger after him.
Earlier this week WWII veteran Frank Sisson from Oklahoma City shared a personal and extraordinary Christmas wartime story with us. Hope they soon will name...
Here is Episode 8 of The Bunker Boys Show, with your Host, Tony Cisneros. In this exciting new episode, Tony is joined by Bart Geraerts, who works as a Tour Guide at Fort Eben Emael in Belgium. Watch the full episode and go behind-the-scenes at their website, Bunkerboys.com
Here is Episode 8 of The Bunker Boys Show, with your Host, Tony Cisneros. In this exciting new episode, Tony is joined by Bart Geraerts, who works as a Tour Guide…
ANTHROPOID- This episode of the Bunker Boys Show is all about the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, architect of the final solution. With special series guest historian and expert to the matter John Martin. Tune in at bunkerboys.com
COMING AUGUST 5 - Episode 7: "Mirror Caught the Sun" with Special Guest, John Martin (UK)... tune in next week!
BLOOD, STEEL, ICE & FIRE- Episode 6 now available.
WW2 Historian Reg Jans talks about the Battle of the Bulge and Bastogne.
Nashhville Exile with special musical guest: actor and all-round artist Tim Matthews (Alex Penkala in Band of Brothers).
Check it out!
#nashvilleexile #WW2 #battlefieldexperience #bandofbrothers #battleofthebulge #Bastogne
Here is our sixth episode of The Bunker Boys Show, with your Host, Tony Cisneros. In this episode, Tony talks with Co-Host Reg Jans about the Battle of the Bulge…
OPERATION WACHT AM RHEIN - The Battle of the Bulge still is the largest ground battle fought in the history of the US Army. Covering 1.350 square miles of battlefield more than 1,2 Million soldiers (US, British, Belgian, French, Canadian, German, …) engaged in combat in a battle that is still deeply embedded in the minds of those who fought it.
In this episode WW2 Historian Reg Jans talks about the German plan and gives you an outline of the events, pointing out the strategic and political significance of Bastogne.
This Wednesday 22 July at 10:30 AM PS - 1:30 PM EST - 7:30 PM EU (6:30 PM UK)
Tune in at bunkerboys.com
BUNKER BOYS- Pretty interesting stuff about Hitler's Eagle's Nest.
Here's Episode 5 of The Bunker Boys Show, with your Host, Tony Cisneros. In this episode, Tony talks with David Harper, of Eagles Nest Historical Tours in the…
EAGLE'S NEST- In episode 5: 'Into The Devil's Den', historian and Bavaria expert David Harper shares details and insights on Hitler's Eagle's Nest on the Kehlstein mountain above Obersalzberg!
This Wednesday, 8 July at 10:30 PM PST, 1:30 PM EST- 7:30 PM (Europe).
Tune in at Bunkerboys.com
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DALE A DYE- A decorated Marine veteran of the Vietnam War and Lebanon, actor and author, Dye is the founder and head of Warriors, Inc., a technical advisory company specializing in portraying realistic military action in Hollywood films.To his surprise, this was not just another interview ...he realized when appearing on the Bunker Boys Show.
A decorated Marine veteran of the Vietnam War and Lebanon, actor and author, Dye is the founder and head of Warriors, Inc., a technical advisory company specializing in portraying realistic military action in Hollywood films.
NO BETTER PLACE- Join World War Media on Wednesday 24 June for episode 4 of the Bunker Boys Show with our guest, the legendary CPT DALE DYE!
10:30 AM PST-01:30 PM EST- 7:30 PM Europe.
We´ll meet again, Vera!
The singer of We’ll Meet Again, who entertained British troops in World War Two, has died.
Episode 3: Luxembourg during WW2 (+Battle of the Bulge) with Roland Gaul, Nick Aaron (Band of Brothers Cast) & Nashville Exile.
The Bunker Boys Show, Season 1, Episode 3 with special series guest, Roland Gaul of Gaul's Legacy Tours in Luxembourg. Roland talks with us about Luxembourg's…
EPISODE 3- Join the WWM-team on 10 June for another episode of The Bunker Boys Show with Historian Roland Gaul talking about the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg during WWII, Band of Brothers actor Nick Aaron (Popeye Wynn) and the brilliant band Nashville Exile.
Tune in at BUNKERBOYS.com
#WW2 #gaulslegacytours #thebattleofthebulge #bandofbrothers #nmmh #dday76 #worldwarmedia
DAY OF DAYS, D-Day 76th Anniversary Special!
The Bunker Boys Show BONUS EPISODE in honor of the 76th Anniversary of D-Day! Check out our D-Day Special here, and visit our website for more information and to…
LEST WE FORGET 6 JUNE 1944
Join us on June 6, 2020 at 1:30 PM (EST) / 10:30 AM (PST) at Bunkerboys.com for our D-Day Special episode of The Bunker Boys Show, with Co-Host Reg Jans (BELGIUM) and Very Special Guest Jim "Pee Wee" Martin, as well as with Series Guest, Paul Woodadge (NORMANDY) and Special Guests, Mark Forsdike and Colin Taylor.
Topics will include rare stories from D-Day, including the capturing of the "Hillman" bunkers by the Suffolk Regiment in the Sword Beach sector, how Green Howard Stan Hollis earned the only Victoria Cross on D-Day, and hear from Jim "Pee Wee" Martin - a survivor of the 506th PIR of the 101st Airborne Division, and D-Day Veteran.
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ANGELS Of MERCY- Ready for some WWII stories? With Paul Woodadge (DDay Historian/ WW2TV) & Reg Jans (Battlefield Experience). Enjoy!
Episode 2 of The Bunker Boys Show, with your Host, Tony Cisneros. We are bringing World War II to the World - we are a team of top battlefield tour guides in Europe…
MEMORIAL DAY- Lest We Forget
During the 30th National Memorial Day concert, actor Sam Elliott helped honor D-Day survivor and American hero, WWII veteran Sgt. Ray Lambert.
ANGELS OF MERCY- On Episode 2 of The Bunker Boys Show, your host Tony Cisneros talks with series guest Paul Woodadge (D-Day Historian / WW2TV) about the events that took place in June 1944 at the old Norman church of Angoville-au-Plain.
Paul opens the show talking about his personal connection to World War II and how the story of two medics at Angoville, Normandy became the basis for his book, Angels of Mercy.
This Wednesday, 27 May at 10:30 AM PST-1:30 PM EST- 7:30 PM CET (Europe)- 6:30 PM CET (UK) .
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Well deserved Captain Tom!
The 100-year-old war veteran was in disbelief but was "delighted" to learn he is to be knighted.
The Bunkerboys Show Episode 1: Hold Tight | World War Media
Watch the first episode of the the brand new WWII talkshow the Bunker Boys Show with your host Tony Cisneros.
EPISODE1- INTRODUCING THE BUNKER BOYS
Meet the hosts and some of the guests of the talkshow.
Make sure you don't miss the first episode of the show. which, Due to some technical issues the opening episode is recorded live on tape.
Tune in at bunkerboys.com !!
WEDNESDAY MAY 13: - 1:30 PM EST
- 10:30 AM PST
- 7:30 PM CET (Europe)
- 6:30 PM UK
THE BUNKER BOYS SHOW- Today we reflect on 75 years since the end of the Second World War. We would like to help you in celebrating this momentous occasion; and in honoring our Veterans who gave so much in this epic struggle to defeat and liberate, we are introducing THE BUNKER BOYS SHOW – a live World War II talk show!
THE BUNKER BOYS SHOW- Today we reflect on 75 years since the end of the Second World War. We would like to help you in celebrating this momentous occasion; and in honoring our Veterans who gave so much in this epic struggle to defeat Fascism, we are introducing THE BUNKER BOYS SHOW – a live World ...
HISTORY2020- Needless to say that the Covid-19 pandemic is causing a lot of trouble worldwide. It is heart-breaking to see people having to cancel their trip to Europe, being unable to visit the battlefields and missing out on WWII history.
Pretty excited to say that, with a group of fellow nerds, we have been working hard and are now very close to announce our project to bring WWII History to the People instead.
Working with some of the best people in the field is very inspiring but the challenge is new to us !!!
More details will be available soon. Stay tuned.
Because History Matters!
LECTURES- Organizing a WWII event?
Belgian WWII Battlefield Guide and Historian Reg Jans just introduced a new lecture for 2020 about 'the Band of Brothers in Bastogne'.
You can ask for details and/or book Reg for your event via website.
De Band of Brothers in Bastogne Info and Bookings Lezing Duur: 100 min (2x 50 min) Publiek: 16+, serie hebben bekeken Locaties: Theaters, Musea, (cultuur)zalen, Military, Hotels, Privé, etc ... 2001 werd een keerpunt in de traditionele filmwereld. Amper drie
A WWII XMAS HERO- After having served in the 667th FAB-Headquarters during the Battle of the Bulge and Rheinland campaign, Corporal E. Frank Sisson from Oklahoma City was promoted as a Line Sergeant and transferred to Berlin where he began working as an investigator for the Military Police.
“December 25th was cold and gloomy”, remembers Frank. “Poorly dressed, the hungry people moved aimlessly about the snow-covered streets. Drawn in by the smell of roast turkey, mince pie and a host of other wonderful aromas, a small crowd of starving children had gathered in the snow outside of our GI-kitchen. I sat down at a huge table laden with the greatest Christmas dinner I’d ever seen, yet, just outside the door were hungry little stomachs, bloated by lack of food. To me although the dinner on my plate was fit for a king, the thought of those kids outside in the snow totally crushed any appetite I might’ve had.
Pushing aside the plate, I left the table and went to the Post Exchange and ask the cook to fix me as many hamburgers as he could get in two “peck sacks” and let me know as soon as they were ready. Pushing the snow from the curb outside our headquarters I sat down with the bulging sacks on my lap. Children came from all directions. I would give a kid a burger with instructions to sit on the curb and eat it. I told them in no uncertain terms, ‘No, you can’t take it home. You’ll eat it right HERE and right NOW!!” Kids were sitting in the snow, all around me, laughing while stuffing their little faces with the delicious hamburgers. Soldiers, captains, majors and the company commander all walk passed and saluted me! Several even commented that seeing me there with the children was the best Christmas they’d ever have asked for.”
In 1998 the Daily Oklahoman Newspaper decided to publish Frank’s special Christmas memory after selecting it from dozens of other submissions. It was then that the story took a quite unexpected turn.
“The very day my article appeared in that newspaper, I received a phone call from a man who inquired, “Are you the same Frank Sisson that wrote the piece in the paper about your Christmas in Berlin, Germany?” ‘Yes’ I replied, somewhat puzzled? What that guy said next completely knocked me for six…“I’m from Berlin and visiting friends locally here for the holidays. I was reading the newspaper this morning while we were gathered around the breakfast table, when your heartwarming article grabbed my attention. We all cried as I read it out loud to my friends. For you see sir, I’ve heard your Christmas story ever since I was a child, because one of those little boys sitting in the snow beside you on that Christmas day, was my father…and I thank you so very, very much for what you did.”
I was so shocked, so stunned and so speechless, that I didn’t get his name or his address for that matter…and could only blurt out the words ‘God bless you son!”’
Enjoy your burger!
We're saddened to hear that another hero has left us. Francis Currey was the last living Battle of the Bulge MOH recipient. Rest in peace, SIR!
MALMEDY- For individual acts of valor during the Battle of the Bulge, twenty American soldiers were awarded with the Medal of Honor. Sometimes posthumously, fourteen Sergeants, three Corporals and three Privates First Class were honored for their bravery and self-sacrifice in order to save the lives...
This December, commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, Battlefield Experience takes you to the Bastogne battlefields. Accompanied by Chris Langlois, grandson of the late Easy Co Medic Eugene ‘Doc’ Roe, actor Shane Taylor (Doc Roe in Band of Brothers) and Andy Kutler (author of the award-winning novel ‘The Battter’s Box’), WWII historian Reg Jans will guide you on the path of Easy Company. More BoB actors may sign up. A unique experience!
Don’t miss out on the stories of Wild Bill Guarnere, Earl McClung, Shifty Powers, Walter Gordon, Bob Rader, Eugene Jackson, Richard Winters, Eugene Roe, Ronald Speirs, Don Malarkey, Jim Alley and many more ….
This December, commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, Battlefield Experience takes you to the Bastogne battlefields. Accompanied by Chris Langlois, grandson of the late Easy Co Medic Eugene 'Doc' Roe, actor Shane Taylor (Doc Roe in Band of Brothers) and Andy Kutler (author of...
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