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Edward Shames, 99, last surviving officer of the WWII Band of Brothers, Dies peacefully in his home

Raided Hitler’s ‘Eagle’s Nest’ And Was One Of The First Americans To Help Liberate Dachau Concentration Camp

Edward Shames is pictured here with another member of the Easy Company



Retired Colonel Edward Shames, the last surviving officer from the legendary Easy Company of World War II paratroopers whose exploits were featured in the award-winning miniseries Band of Brothers, died at age 99 on Friday.

Shames died ‘peacefully at home,’ according to an obituary posted by the Holloman-Brown Funeral Home & Crematory.

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