Here is your War (Inscribed)

Ernie Pyle

Verlag: World Pub. Co, 1945
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Hardcover - Inscribed by George Lait, International News Service - "Sincerely - War correspondent George Lait" First Edition, Ninth Printing - August 1945, clean, no marks, clean inside, no dj - from a private collection - age toned paper ( book printed on war paper ), minor soiling to blue boards The Story of G. I. Joe (1945) Director: William Wellman. Starring: Burgess Meredith (Ernie Pyle/Narrator), Robert Mitchum (Lt./Capt. Bill Walker), Freddie Steele (Sgt. Steve Warnicki), Wally Cassell (Pvt. Dondaro), Jimmy Lloyd (Pvt. Spencer), John R. Reilly (Pvt. Robert 'Wingless' Murphy), William Murphy (Pv. Mew), Sicily and Italy Combat Veterans of the Campaigns in Africa (Themselves), Don Whitehead (Himself, A.P.), George Lait (Himself, International News Service), Chris Cunningham (Himself, U.P.), Hal Boyle (Himself, A.P.), Jack Foisie (Himself, Stars and Stripes), Bob Landry (Himself, Life), Lucien Hubbard (Himself, Readers Digest). Ernie Pyle was a Pulitzer Prize-winning war correspondent Ernie Pyle, famous for living with soldiers on the front lines and telling their stories. The film follows Pyle along with Company C of the 18th Infantry going from North Africa to Italy. True to life, the film shows the harrowing lives of the infantry soldiers in World War II. George Lait, son of Jack Lait (editor for NY Daily Mirror) worked with Hearst for 21 years, was a war correspondent with INS during World War where he was wounded in North Africa, and later became assistant Publicity Director for Universal-International Studios. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Titel: Here is your War (Inscribed)
Verlag: World Pub. Co
Erscheinungsdatum: 1945
Einband: Hardcover
Illustrator: Carol Johnson
Zustand: Good
Auflage: 1st Edition Various Printings.

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Ernie Pyle
Verlag: World Pub. Co, Cleveland (1945)
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Buchbeschreibung World Pub. Co, Cleveland, 1945. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. No Jacket. Carol Johnson (illustrator). 1st Edition Various Printings. Hardcover - Inscribed by George Lait, International News Service - "Sincerely - War correspondent George Lait" First Edition, Ninth Printing - August 1945, clean, no marks, clean inside, no dj - from a private collection - age toned paper ( book printed on war paper ), minor soiling to blue boards The Story of G. I. Joe (1945) Director: William Wellman. Starring: Burgess Meredith (Ernie Pyle/Narrator), Robert Mitchum (Lt./Capt. Bill Walker), Freddie Steele (Sgt. Steve Warnicki), Wally Cassell (Pvt. Dondaro), Jimmy Lloyd (Pvt. Spencer), John R. Reilly (Pvt. Robert 'Wingless' Murphy), William Murphy (Pv. Mew), Sicily and Italy Combat Veterans of the Campaigns in Africa (Themselves), Don Whitehead (Himself, A.P.), George Lait (Himself, International News Service), Chris Cunningham (Himself, U.P.), Hal Boyle (Himself, A.P.), Jack Foisie (Himself, Stars and Stripes), Bob Landry (Himself, Life), Lucien Hubbard (Himself, Readers Digest). Ernie Pyle was a Pulitzer Prize-winning war correspondent Ernie Pyle, famous for living with soldiers on the front lines and telling their stories. The film follows Pyle along with Company C of the 18th Infantry going from North Africa to Italy. True to life, the film shows the harrowing lives of the infantry soldiers in World War II. George Lait, son of Jack Lait (editor for NY Daily Mirror) worked with Hearst for 21 years, was a war correspondent with INS during World War where he was wounded in North Africa, and later became assistant Publicity Director for Universal-International Studios. Inscribed. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 31047.270801

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John Steinbeck] Pyle, Ernie
Verlag: Henry Holt and Company, New York (1943)
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Buchbeschreibung Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1943. Carol Johnson (illustrator). 1st Edition. The Pyle/Steinbeck Presentation Copy. New York: Henry Holt and Company, [1943]. A likely first edition but a possible candidate for a variant binding with an undated title page & no further printings mentioned on the verso, neither of which are actually called for. 8vo, 304pp., tan cloth, black titles. A wartime production of uncertain bibliography with binding variants frequently encountered; teal boards with silver titling, green cloth with black titling, burgundy cloth with silver titling. Regardless, this is one of Pyle's own copies of this WWII classic, inscribed by one great war correspondent, Pulitzer winner & great friend to another on the front free endpaper: "To Gwyn & John Steinbeck - / Alright goddamit, since you wouldn't ask / for one, here's one anyway - personally, I / think its wonderful! / Ernie Pyle" An extraordinary copy in very good condition with some professional repair to the spine ends, contents clean, dust jacket with original $3.00 price, showing modest use with small loss at the crown & heel. [In later printings, the excerpt by Malcolm Bingay on the rear flap was replaced by a blurb by Steinbeck]. Custom Clamshell Collector's Case with a beautiful wood cut style blind emboss of the famous Pyle dust jacket illustration. Ernie Pyle's moving first-hand reportage as a roving war correspondent for Scripps-Howard, of the plight of WWII American G.I.'s fighting Germans in North Africa. Pyle followed the American troops from England through the campaign in Tunisia, the Allies first great victory. "There are really two wars and they haven't much to do with each other. There is the war of maps and logistics, of campaigns, of ballistics, armies, divisions and regiments--and that is General [George] Marshall's war. - Then there is the war of the homesick, weary, funny, violent, common men who wash their socks in their helmets, complain about the food, whistle at the Arab girls, or any girls for that matter, and bring themselves through as dirty a business as the world has ever seen and do it with humor and dignity and courage--and that is Ernie Pyle's war." - John Steinbeck, TIME. Signed by Author. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 26811

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