A collection of dispatches by Ernie Pyle, a journalist who became known as the greatest correspondent of World War II, following everyday soldiers during their daily lives. So entrenched was he in the war effort that he was even killed in battle, taking a bullet to the temple after popping his head up to look at the location of enemy gunfire.
This book is in pretty good condition, with some residue of some sort along the back cover and normal wear, but otherwise solid. Spots of yellowing in accumulated pages, but individual pages look great, with no marks or creases. Great reading copy!