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The story of Ernie Pyle

Author: Lee G Miller
Publisher: New York : The Viking Press, 1950.
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Written by one of Pyle's closest friends, this biography contains a good deal of Pyle's private correspondence, to his friends and bosses, and especially to his wife "That girl."
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Miller, Lee G. (Lee Graham), 1902-1961.
Story of Ernie Pyle.
New York, The Viking Press, 1950
(OCoLC)568764057
Named Person: Ernie Pyle; Ernie Pyle; Ernie Pyle
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lee G Miller
ISBN: 0837137438 9780837137438
OCLC Number: 181315
Description: viii, 439 pages : portraits ; 22 cm
Contents: Boyhood of a Hoosier --
From Rhinie to BMOC --
Adventure --
The cub --
Jerry --
Washington --
Roving reporter --
Around and around --
Leis and lepers --
Too many friends --
South America --
The open road --
A taste of fame --
A home to come back to --
The Blitz --
"The little house is wonderful" --
Crisis --
The unmarried --
The fringe of the war --
"Pyle frontwarded" --
Bad dream in Africa --
The infantry --
Retreat --
A message from Albuquerque to Accra --
"We want Ernie!" --
The God-damned infantry --
A pause at Zeralda --
Yesterday is tomorrow --
"It came a little too late" --
The beloved captain --
Villa vessels --
Incident at Nettuno --
Prelude to the big show --
A beach called Omaha --
Hellfire at St. Lô --
The city of light--and kisses --
Respite --
"Everything was blood" --
Crowded hours --
The war of magnificent distances --
Operation Iceberg --
The end of the story.
Responsibility: by Lee G. Miller.

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Written by one of Pyle's closest friends, this biography contains a good deal of Pyle's private correspondence, to his friends and bosses, and especially to his wife "That girl."

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