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Ernie Pyle (1900–1945)


The two greatest American war correspondents of World War II were Edward R. Murrow on radio and Ernie Pyle in print. Murrow is more famous today because he survived the war to do some of the best television journalism in the early days of that medium. However, during the war, Pyle was more popular, especially among the GIs at the front. He made a ... See full bio »

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 1945 Story of G.I. Joe (books "Brave Men" and "Here Is Your War" - uncredited)
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 1944 From D-Day to Germany
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 2005 The Last Days of World War II (TV Series documentary)
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Book (collection of columns): "Ernie Pyle in England", 1941. See more »

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1 Biographical Movie | 2 Print Biographies | 1 Portrayal | 2 Articles | See more »
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Personal Quote:

I suffer agony in anticipation of meeting people for fear they won't like me. See more »

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Pictured on a 16¢ US postage stamp in the Prominent Americans series, issued 7 May 1971. See more »

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