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Date of Birth 4 October 1910Denver, Colorado, USA
Date of Death 27 September 1974Los Angeles, California, USA

Trivia (4)

Educated at Stanford University.
(1962-1963) President of the Writers Guild of America, West (WGAw)
During World War II, Webb served in North Africa as personal aide to General Lloyd R. Fredendall, the commander of the U.S. Second Corps. He was present during the defeat of the American forces at the battle of Kasserine Pass, after which Fredendall was relieved of command and sent back to the U.S..
During the 1930's, he was a fiction writer for a number of national magazines, including Colliers, Cosmopolitan and the Saturday Evening Post.

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