Filthy Cities - Netflix

Dan Snow gets down and dirty in the murky histories of London, Paris and New York, exploring their filthy histories from the bottom up.

Filthy Cities - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2011-04-05

Filthy Cities - Filthy Thirteen - Netflix

The Filthy Thirteen was the name given to the 1st Demolition Section of the Regimental Headquarters Company of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, of the United States Army, which fought in the European campaign in World War II.

Filthy Cities - Members - Netflix

Jack Agnew (W.I.A, Normandy) Bastogne Pathfinder George Baran (W.I.A, Normandy) Roland “Frenchy” R. Baribeau (K.I.A, Normandy) Robert S. “Ragsman” Cone (P.O.W, Normandy) Charles “Maw” Darnell (P.O.W, Normandy) John Dewey Bastogne Pathfinder Charles “Trigger” Gann (P.O.W. Bastogne) James F. “Piccadilly Willy” Green (P.O.W, Normandy) John “Peepnuts” Hale (K.I.A, Normandy) James E. “LaLa” Leech (P.O.W, Normandy) Louis “LouLip” Lipp (W.I.A, Normandy) Thomas “Old Man” Lonergan Max Majewski Bastogne Pathfinder Miguel “Mike” Marquez Lieutenant Charles Mellen (K.I.A, Normandy) Jake McNiece Bastogne Pathfinder Frank “Shorty” Mihlan Transferred to HQ John H. “Dinty” Mohr Joseph “Joe” Oleskiewicz (K.I.A, Holland) Frank Palys Herb “Herby” Pierce Charles “Chuck” Plauda George “GoogGoo” Radeka (K.I.A, Normandy) Andrew “Andy” Rasmussen (W.I.A, Normandy) Brincely Stroup (Injured in Practice Jump, Pre-Invasion) Clarence Ware (W.I.A, Normandy) Jack “Hawkeye” Womer Tom Young The list includes original members from 1943 and the newer members during Operation Overlord and Operation Market Garden. An interview with Jake McNiece and Jack Agnew can be found on the two disc version of the Dirty Dozen DVD. Jack Agnew died at the age of 88 on 8 April 2010. Jake McNiece died at the age of 93 on 21 January 2013. Jack Womer died at the age of 96 on 28 December 2013.

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