Ernie Pyle Quotes & Sayings

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20 most famous Ernie Pyle quotes and sayings. These are the first 10 quotes we have for him. He was an American journalist who passed away on 18 April, 1945.

Ernie Pyle Quotes
“If you go long enough without a bath, even the fleas will leave you alone.”
“I was away from the front lines for a while this spring, living with other troops, and considerable fighting took place while I was gone. When I got ready to return to my old friends at the front I wondered if I would sense any change in them.”
Ernie Pyle Quotes
“About every two minutes a new wave of planes would be over. The motors seemed to grind rather than roar, and to have an angry pulsation like a bee buzzing in blind fury.”
Ernie Pyle Quotes
“I've been immersed in it too long. My spirit is wobbly and my mind is confused. The hurt has become too great.”
“The American soldier is quick in adapting himself to a new mode of living. Outfits which have been here only three days have dug vast networks of ditches three feet deep in the bare brown earth. They have rigged up a light here and there with a storage battery.”
“Someday when peace has returned to this odd world I want to come to London again and stand on a certain balcony on a moonlit night and look down upon the peaceful silver curve of the Thames with its dark bridges.”
Ernie Pyle Quotes
“The front-line soldier wants it to be got over by the physical process of his destroying enough Germans to end it. He is truly at war. The rest of us, no matter how hard we work, are not.”
“The men are walking. They are fifty feet apart, for dispersal. Their walk is slow, for they are dead weary, as you can tell even when looking at them from behind. Every line and sag of their bodies speaks their inhuman exhaustion.”
Ernie Pyle Quotes
“Our artillery has really been sensational. For once we have enough of something and at the right time. Officers tell me they actually have more guns than they know what to do with.”
Ernie Pyle Quotes
“Below us the Thames grew lighter, and all around below were the shadows - the dark shadows of buildings and bridges that formed the base of this dreadful masterpiece.”

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