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"Leo Disher was among the war correspondents who sailed for Africa with the American invasion fleet late in October of 1942... Army authorities were so impressed with his conduct under fire that they presented him with a Purple Heart. More important was the fact that the story he dictated from his hospital cot after the shooting was over was displayed on the front pages of most of the UP papers."

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Leo Disher of the United Press (Coronet Magazine, 1944)

Leo Disher of the United Press (Coronet Magazine, 1944)

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