Bill Mauldin


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United States cartoonist noted for his drawings of soldiers in battle (1921-2003)

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55) Bill Mauldin, quoted in Tobin, Ernie Pyle's War, 9.
Editorial cartoonists need to remember Bill Mauldin and his approach to editorial cartooning.
Among the trainees were then-CPT Creighton Abrams, after whom today's M1 tank is named, and Bill Mauldin, originator of the Willie and Joe cartoons.
Bill Mauldin captured it perfectly in one of his "Willie and Joe" cartoon panels during World War II.
The musings of Walt Whitman, Jack London, Charlie Chaplin, Woody Guthrie, John Dos Passos, Bill Mauldin, and Jack Kerouac appear throughout the book.
Or maybe the cartoonist who occasionally dons a reporter's hat is a member of a new breed of ink-slingers (if not a throwback to the Bill Mauldin school of cartooning), going beyond the gag, truth-seeking with pen in hand.
Had he drawn less elegantly--say with a truncheon dug out of a foxhole, like Bill Mauldin, another great American artist who defined our times and who died recently--Al would have been no less effective.
One of the 20th century's greatest cartoonists, Bill Mauldin, died Jan.
BILL MAULDIN, THE BRILLIANT World War II cartoonist, once drew a beautiful mountain vista with a sign posted in front that read "For Officers Only.
Arthur Schlesinger dismissed the findings of The American Soldier (1949) as 1,200 pages of Newspeak about a subject that was better reported by the World War II cartoons of Bill Mauldin and the reporting of Ernie Pyle.
Cartoonists Bill Mauldin and George Baker gave armed services newspapers their most popular features.
He reported the Korean War for Collier's, and Bill Mauldin in Korea appeared in 1952.
Previous recipients of The American Legion National Commander's Public Service Award have included Meet the Press host Tim Russert; entertainer Wayne Newton; NBC Anchorman Tom Brokaw; ABC News Correspondent Jack Smith; famed editorial cartoonist Bill Mauldin (who created the World War II GI characters Willie and Joe); former Secretary of Education William J.
He felt he couldn't meet the standard set by Bill Mauldin, whose Willie and joe comic strip tellingly portrayed the life of the average soldier in the US Army.
The Bill Mauldin Pulitzer Prize cartoon showing Boris Pasternak remarking to another prisoner in the Soviet Gulag, "I won the Nobel Prize for literature.