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Brave men.

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Europe was in the throes of World War II, and when America joined the fighting, Ernie Pyle went along. Long before television beamed daily images of ... Show synopsis

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  • Great Writer. Great Man Feb 7, 2013
    by dem46

    Ernie Pyle was a great writer. Very few writers can put you into a situation where you can smell, hear and feel what is going on. He's great at showing the humanity of any situation. Very few writers match him for showing the texture of life.

  • Ernie's the Man Jul 30, 2010
    by Cityplaya

    Anyone familiar with the written history of the men (and women) who fought during WWII will know the name of Ernie Pyle. He is arguably the preeminant biographer of the American fighting man. He saw it all before being killed by an enamy sniper late in the war. This particular work, "Brave Men" is, in my opinion, one of if not the best work he produced. If you're interested in WWI history, and especially the history of the average Joe, Pyle's is the work to read.

  • In Praise of American Infantry Nov 22, 2007
    by Kilroysghost

    TV this morning shows American troops eating turkey and playing football at "Camp Prosperity" in Iraq for Thanksgiving. Like they are on vacation. It was followed by a soldier that had "an accident" and lost his leg. An accident is defined as three grenades tossed in his vehicle. He is now at a resort camp learning to scuba dive. Ain't life great.
    Pyle gave a real account of war as fought by the infantry. He lived with them, dived into foxholes, helped bury the dead. He was the average doughboy's voice, their greatest advocate, their closest friend. He suffered their grief. It is because of Pyle that combat pay became established. His books are poignant, historically significant, and beacons that illuminate through the ages. Men rise to the occassion, giving of themselves for their brothers but no war is a good war.

  • Connecting to the Past Apr 26, 2007
    by cheezy

    Though I am not a fan of war stories, this primary source adds a personal touch to World War II. Ernie Pyle was a journalist and reports his experiences of Italy, Sicily, England, and France from the ground. He tries to report about the common soldier and the human aspect of war.

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