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Brave Men is a collection of journalist Pyle's newspaper columns from 1943 and 1944, in which he details the fighting in Europe primarily from the perspective of the common U.S. G.I. This angle of reporting brought the front-line war back to the families of those serving in the armed forces and endeared Pyle to the troops. An essential piece of Americana for all collections.
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Truly a great book!!! The personal interviews with the various WWII veterans was personal and compelling. I salute Ernie Pyle for what he did and for what and who he was!!! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bill
While historic accounts are great places to retrace accomplishments and events, few of them speak so plainly across the generations about the human beings with personal lives and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Don Greiman
Ernie Pyle's books capture the immediacy of life on the war fronts during WWII more than anything I've read or seen before.Published 3 months ago by George Edwards
I knew of Ernie Pyle but had never read any of his articles/books. This was one of the best WWII books I have ever read. Read morePublished 3 months ago by william schaffer
Ernie Pyle does a great job of telling us just how it was. Thanks for all the Brave Men our country had. Thanks,Published 4 months ago by maryellen
The best writer of WW2, bar none. A must read. It is not about killing. It is about citizen soldiers.Published 9 months ago by John C. Halbrook III
This is a great book, but be aware that old paperback copies can have very small print.Published 9 months ago by R. Laughlin