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First Sergeant Frank Soboleski - Art prints and originals signed by First Sergeant Frank Soboleski

Frank Soboleski

Frank Soboleski

First Sergeant Frank Soboleski

Joining the Army in 1943, Frank Soboleski parachuted into Holland in September 1944 as part of the 101st Airbornes reserve unit, ready to help if the first two units needed it - they did. Franks unit, Easy Company, was next in combat at Bastogne; surrounded by Germans in the freezing cold for a month. The company then moved on to Haguenau in France, and finally to Berchtesgaden in southern Germany when the war ended. Frank remained in southern Germany and Austria for another six months and was discharged in January 1946.


Items Signed by First Sergeant Frank Soboleski

 You have a rendezvous with destiny! - promised Major Gen William Lee to his men as the 101st Airborne Division was activated at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, 15 August 1942. And the first place they kept that rendezvous was Normandy. At precisely 23.00......Easy Company - The Taking of Carentan by Chris Collingwood.
Price : £145.00
You have a rendezvous with destiny! - promised Major Gen William Lee to his men as the 101st Airborne Division was activated at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, 15 August 1942. And the first place they kept that rendezvous was Normandy. At precisely 23.00......

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 You have a rendezvous with destiny! - promised Major Gen William Lee to his men as the 101st Airborne Division was activated at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, 15 August 1942. And the first place they kept that rendezvous was Normandy. At precisely 23.00......Easy Company - The Taking of Carentan by Chris Collingwood. (AP)
Price : £225.00
You have a rendezvous with destiny! - promised Major Gen William Lee to his men as the 101st Airborne Division was activated at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, 15 August 1942. And the first place they kept that rendezvous was Normandy. At precisely 23.00......

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 You have a rendezvous with destiny! - promised Major Gen William Lee to his men as the 101st Airborne Division was activated at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, 15 August 1942. And the first place they kept that rendezvous was Normandy. At precisely 23.00......Easy Company - The Taking of Carentan by Chris Collingwood. (B)
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You have a rendezvous with destiny! - promised Major Gen William Lee to his men as the 101st Airborne Division was activated at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, 15 August 1942. And the first place they kept that rendezvous was Normandy. At precisely 23.00......NOT
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 You have a rendezvous with destiny! - promised Major Gen William Lee to his men as the 101st Airborne Division was activated at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, 15 August 1942. And the first place they kept that rendezvous was Normandy. At precisely 23.00......Easy Company - The Taking of Carentan by Chris Collingwood. (C)
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You have a rendezvous with destiny! - promised Major Gen William Lee to his men as the 101st Airborne Division was activated at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, 15 August 1942. And the first place they kept that rendezvous was Normandy. At precisely 23.00......NOT
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 Major Dick Winters and the men of Easy Company, 101st Airborne Division, as they take up a holding position in the Normandy town of Carentan on 14 June 1944, eight days after their dramatic parachute drop into Normandy on D-Day. ......Easy Company - Moving On by Chris Collingwood. (APB)
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Major Dick Winters and the men of Easy Company, 101st Airborne Division, as they take up a holding position in the Normandy town of Carentan on 14 June 1944, eight days after their dramatic parachute drop into Normandy on D-Day. ......NOT
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 Major Dick Winters and the men of Easy Company, 101st Airborne Division, as they take up a holding position in the Normandy town of Carentan on 14 June 1944, eight days after their dramatic parachute drop into Normandy on D-Day. ......Easy Company - Moving On by Chris Collingwood. (D)
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Major Dick Winters and the men of Easy Company, 101st Airborne Division, as they take up a holding position in the Normandy town of Carentan on 14 June 1944, eight days after their dramatic parachute drop into Normandy on D-Day. ......NOT
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 Major Dick Winters and the men of Easy Company, 101st Airborne Division, as they take up a holding position in the Normandy town of Carentan on 14 June 1944, eight days after their dramatic parachute drop into Normandy on D-Day. ......Easy Company - Moving On by Chris Collingwood. (RM)
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Major Dick Winters and the men of Easy Company, 101st Airborne Division, as they take up a holding position in the Normandy town of Carentan on 14 June 1944, eight days after their dramatic parachute drop into Normandy on D-Day. ......NOT
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 As the Allied armies dashed across France after victory in Normandy, they remained reliant on one thing - supplies.  With Cherbourg the only port in use, everything depended on trucks to deliver enough fuel, food and ammunition to keep the momentum ......
Road to the Rhine by Robert Taylor. (AP)
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As the Allied armies dashed across France after victory in Normandy, they remained reliant on one thing - supplies. With Cherbourg the only port in use, everything depended on trucks to deliver enough fuel, food and ammunition to keep the momentum ......NOT
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 As the Allied armies dashed across France after victory in Normandy, they remained reliant on one thing - supplies.  With Cherbourg the only port in use, everything depended on trucks to deliver enough fuel, food and ammunition to keep the momentum ......
Road to the Rhine by Robert Taylor. (C)
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As the Allied armies dashed across France after victory in Normandy, they remained reliant on one thing - supplies. With Cherbourg the only port in use, everything depended on trucks to deliver enough fuel, food and ammunition to keep the momentum ......NOT
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 At 23.45 on the night of 5 June 1944, the 101st Airborne's most legendary unit of combat paratroopers - the notorious 'Filthy Thirteen' - jumped into France near the village of Sainte Mere Eglise, in the final hours before the D-Day land......Day Drop - Stick 21 by Robert Taylor. (B)
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At 23.45 on the night of 5 June 1944, the 101st Airborne's most legendary unit of combat paratroopers - the notorious 'Filthy Thirteen' - jumped into France near the village of Sainte Mere Eglise, in the final hours before the D-Day land......NOT
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Packs with at least one item featuring the signature of First Sergeant Frank Soboleski

Pack 703. Pair of two 101st Airborne D-Day prints by Chris Collingwood and David Pentland.
Pack Price : £210.00
Saving : £170
Military Print Pack.......

Titles in this pack :

Easy Company - The Taking of Carentan by Chris Collingwood.
Screaming Eagles in Normandy, 7th June 1944 by David Pentland. (AP)

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Pack 704. Pack of two 101st Airborne military artist proofs by Chris Collingwood and David Pentland.
Pack Price : £300.00
Saving : £110
Military Print Pack.......

Titles in this pack :

Easy Company - The Taking of Carentan by Chris Collingwood. (AP)
Screaming Eagles in Normandy, 7th June 1944 by David Pentland. (AP)

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Pack 707. Pack of WW2 Airborne Troop artist proofs by Chris Collingwood.
Pack Price : £320.00
Saving : £45
Military Print Pack.......

Titles in this pack :

Easy Company - The Taking of Carentan by Chris Collingwood. (AP)
82nd Airborne by Chris Collingwood. (AP)

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Pack 708. Pack of two WW2 military prints by Chris Collingwood depicting US airborne forces in Normandy.
Pack Price : £230.00
Saving : £165
Military Print Pack.......

Titles in this pack :

Easy Company - The Taking of Carentan by Chris Collingwood.
Fighting for a Foothold, 82nd Airborne at St Mere Eglise, 1944 by Chris Collingwood. (AP)

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First Sergeant Frank Soboleski



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