Review of book by American correspondent on the front in North Africa during World War Two. Argues that Pyle's racial attitudes were tolerant and open-minded for the time. Also discusses how the book shows that, despite the hardships and dangers faced by the soldiers, there were also humorous and exhilarating aspects to be found in the war. 6 pages, 20 footnotes, 1 bibliographic source.
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