Description

As Nixon scrounges for his favored whiskey, Vat 69, Easy Company enters Germany. Some of the men on patrol stumble across a concentration camp near Landsberg and free the prisoners after realizing that the guards had abandoned the camp. The sight of the victims leaves many shocked and disgusted.

Pop Culture Connections - Outgoing

It plays these songs...

Blood on the Risers
written by

This Song is played in Why We Fight part of Band of Brothers Season 1
The paratroopers sing this song as they roll out on their convoy

It shows these books...

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
written by

This Book is shown on Why We Fight part of Band of Brothers Season 1
In a guard duty switch, the relieved guard hands over a copy of 'A Tree Grows in Brooklyn' for the new guys to read to occupy their time.

It refers to these musicals...

Oklahoma!
composed by Oscar Hammerstein II and Richard Rodgers

This Musical is referred to by Why We Fight part of Band of Brothers Season 1
Captain Nixon reads news from home to the troops, informing them that 'Oklahoma!' is still playing on Broadway. The guys break out into song, singing the title song of the musical, 'Oklahoma'.

Other Connections and Related Pop Culture

Band of Brothers Season 1

# Title Air Date
Band of Brothers
1:1 Currahee Sep 9, 2001
1:2 Day of Days Sep 9, 2001
1:3 Carentan Sep 16, 2001
1:4 Replacements Sep 23, 2001
1:5 Crossroads Sep 30, 2001
1:6 Bastogne Oct 7, 2001
1:7 The Breaking Point Oct 14, 2001
1:8 The Last Patrol Oct 21, 2001
1:9 Why We Fight Oct 28, 2001
1:10 Points Nov 4, 2001

 

Why We Fight

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