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Museum Remembers Master Cartoonist Who Was ‘Drawn to Combat’

Clip: 05/31/2021 | 4m 12s | Video has closed captioning.

By the age of 23 he had fought in World War II, tangled with Gen. Patton, and won his first Pulitzer Prize. Cartoonist Bill Mauldin created artwork for magazines, books and newspapers from the 1940s into the ‘90s. We explore a new exhibition of his work.

Aired: 05/31/21

Rating: NR

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