Latest by Ernie Pyle, Indiana University School of Journalism


D-Day 75 years later: Ernie Pyle’s The Horrible Waste of War

"On the beach lay, expended, sufficient men and mechanism for a small war. They were gone forever now."
By Ernie Pyle, Indiana University School of Journalism

D-Day 75 years later: Ernie Pyle’s A Pure Miracle

"Our first waves were on that beach for hours, instead of a few minutes, before they could begin working inland."
By Ernie Pyle, Indiana University School of Journalism

D-Day 75 years later: Ernie Pyle’s A Long Thin Line Of Personal Anguish

"The strong, swirling tides of the Normandy coastline... carry soldiers’ bodies out to sea, and later they return them. They cover the corpses of heroes with sand, and then in their whims they uncover them."
By Ernie Pyle, Indiana University School of Journalism