Kilroy Was Here: The Best American Humor from World War II

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Charles Osgood
Hyperion, May 23, 2001 - History - 188 pages
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War is hell, but it can also be hilarious. Now, inspired by a ubiquitous piece of graffiti that servicemen left behind during World War II, Emmy Award-winning television journalist Charles Osgood has collected an assortment of classic stories and comic tales that celebrate the good humour that buoyed spirits throughout the world.

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After listening to the stories from my grandfather about his experiences in WWII and the humor and ironic things that happened (which gave these young men something to take their mind off their ... Read full review

Kilroy was here: the best American humor from World War II

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Award-winning radio and television journalist Osgood (See You on the Radio) is better known for the CBS radio program The Osgood File and his CBS TV program Sunday Morning than for his books. "When ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

Charles Osgood writes and anchors The Osgood File four times daily over the CBS radio network and anchors CBS television's Sunday Morning every week. He is the winner of two Emmys and three Peabody Awards; Washington Journalism Review named him "Best in the Business" five years running; and in 1990 he was inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters' Broadcasting Hall of Fame. He lives in New Jersey.

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