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...ds to be willing to use force or sacrifice his own life for his country, and he will not surrender. Band of Brothers has these characteristics of being masculine throughout the miniseries, and these images are then used to construct the image of “brotherhood.” Powerful images that were displayed in Band of Brothers that displays the notion of masculinity can be displayed throughout episode six in the miniseries. During this episode the men were surrounded by the Germans and were heavily undersupplied. Despite being undersupplied the men refused to leave the line, and the 101st Airborne thought it would be appalling to surrender. This idea shows the men’s commitment to the war, not only out of duty, but also for protecting their brothers. The men not leaving the line shows them being fearless when united, and that Americans do not give up and abandon their brothers.
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