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Brave Men
Brave Men
Author: Ernie Pyle
A compilation of famed war correspondent Ernie Pyle's columns, covering the invasion of Italy, 1943, and the preparation for and actual events of D-Day, 1944. Copyright 1944, tenth printing, 1945. In brown boards, no dj, previous owner's names on front endpapers, spine bumped and scratched but not broken, small stain on front cover does not affe...  more »
ISBN: 24888
Pages: 328
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Publisher: Grosset and Dunlap
Book Type: Hardcover
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Ernie Pyle was perhaps the most famous of the imbedded correspondents covering US troop movements during WWII. He lost his life in 1945 in the Pacific. This is an excellent primary source, complete with a listing of the men he talked to and about in the back. Someone's grandfather might very well be listed in this book which pays wonderful tribute to The Greatest Generation.