A self-described "desert rat" who rocketed to fame at the age of
twenty-two, Bill Mauldin used flashing black brush lines and
sardonic captions to capture the world of the American combat
soldier in World War II. His cartoon dogfaces, Willie and Joe,
appeared in Stars and Stripes and hundreds of newspapers back home,
bearing grim witness to life in the foxhole. We've never viewed war
in the same way since. This lushly illustrated biography draws on
private papers, correspondence, and thousands of original drawings
to render a full portrait of a complex and quintessentially
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