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What’s Happening at the Ernie Pyle World War II Museum and
Ernie Pyle Related Events Around the World


Join us in Dana, Indiana, hometown of Ernie Pyle, for the annual Ernie Pyle Fireman’s Festival Aug. 11-13. Be sure and stop by the museum,

By Owen V. Johnson Ernie Pyle’s influence appears in the most unexpected places. In 1957 Héctor Germán Oesterheld (1919-1977?), an Argentine writer, and Hugo Pratt,

By Ruth Witmer The latest addition to the Ernie Pyle WWII Museum is a bust of the renowned correspondent created by journalist-turned-sculptor David Ross Stevens.

Authors Owen Johnson and Ray Boomhower will be featured in a discussion of war correspondents on Saturday, Nov. 6 in Dana, Indiana. Friends of Ernie

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources informed the Friends of Ernie Pyle that the birthplace of the World War II correspondent has been placed on

Click the link below to view. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 31

Harry Momi, and the Last Known Photograph of Ernie Mr. Harry Momi of Stockton, California honored us with his presence during the 70th Anniversary of

                              Senators Young and Donnelly Introduce National Ernie Pyle Day Resolution    WASHINGTON D.C. – U.S. Senators Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) and Todd Young (R-Ind.) introduced

Steve Key’s dispatches from “Writing the War,” the National WWII Museum’s European tour retracing the footsteps of Ernie Pyle and the great war correspondents. Hoosier