Band of Brothers

Band of Brothers (2001)

1 corrected entry in The Breaking Point

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The Breaking Point - S1-E7

Corrected entry: In the village of Foy, you can see the church several times. That church was built in 1968. It's called Chapelle Sainte-Barbe. (00:56:10)

Correction: Chapelle Sainte-Barbe in Foy was pre-war and sustained heavy damaged during the battle. The church was restored again after the war. There is a photo taken in 1944 of the church in it's original state only showing minor difference with the present one. Another picture, just taken after the battle shows a tiny part of the church edge, this is a well known image with an ambulance and American GI's. When you visit the church today you still can see some of the battle damage in the form of bullet holes in the stone window frames.

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