Bill Mauldin


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Noun1.Bill Mauldin - United States cartoonist noted for his drawings of soldiers in battle (1921-2003)
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Engelhardt's Post-Dispatch predecessors, Daniel Fitzpatrick and Bill Mauldin, also had donated some of their original work there.
I was an Asst S3 in charge of the COC (Combat Operations Center), and while directing the counterattack, Cartoonist Bill Mauldin came running into the COC and borrowed my M2 carbine.
Some, including Pyle and Bill Mauldin, a cartoonist for Stars and Stripes, spent considerable time at the front.
Somewhere, Willie and Joe are smiling: Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Bill Mauldin has received one of the nation's highest honors by being featured on a U.
A dedication and first-day-of-issue celebration for the stamp commemorating Pulitzer Prize cartoonist Bill Mauldin is planned Wednesday at the auditorium of the New Mexico History Museum in Santa Fe.
Among those primary sources are many well-known works such as those by William Manchester, Bill Mauldin, Ernie Pyle, and E.
Bill Mauldin won a Pulitzer Prize for his World War II cartoons, Willie and Joe, and another Pulitzer for editorial cartooning at the St.
Between the covers, readers will find the big names (Eisenhower, Patton, Alexander, Clark), the well-known (Audie Murphy, Bill Mauldin, Ernie Pyle), and the big battles and incidents (the Patton "slapping incident," the race to Messina, Salerno, Monte Cassino, Anzio, and the controversial Fifth Army turn toward Rome).
In his riveting biography, "Bill Mauldin: A Life Up Front," Todd DePastino tells the story of how old soldiers came to pay their last respects to Army Sergeant, Technician Third Grade Bill Mauldin, who had distinguished himself not on the battlefield but by capturing the verities of the battlefield in his cartoons that appeared in the military publication Stars and Stripes.
Bill Mauldin, an Army sergeant in World War II, fired his weapon once during the war.
One of the most eccentric of those journalists was Bill Mauldin (1921-2003), the cartoonist best known for his characters, infantrymen Willie and Joe.
I am reminded of a cartoonist, Bill Mauldin, who wrote for the "Stars and Stripes" during World War II.