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Ernie PYLE Summer 1944 (Hardback)

A war correspondent in Normandy

WWII

Imprint: OREP
Pages: 264
Illustrations: Illustrated
ISBN: 9782815106450
Published: 28th July 2022

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When he landed in Normandy on June 7, 1944, Ernie Pyle was the best (Pulitzer Prize) and most popular American war correspondent. Pyle owes this popularity to the fact that he tells simply and with a lot of empathy, the stories of the common soldiers. During the summer of 1944, he will follow the American troops from Omaha Beach until the liberation of Paris, attending the liberation of Cherbourg, the hedgerow war, the bombings of the Cobra Operation, but also discover Normandy surprisingly... Many episodes he tells in 70 articles subsequently published in the American daily press. These 70 articles had never been translated into French in their entirety.

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