Harry Homewood was a qualified submariner before he was seventeen years old. He lied to the Navy about his age and served in a little "S"-boat in the old Asiatic Fleet. After Pearl Harbor, he re-enlisted and made eleven war patrols in the Southwest Pacific. After the war, Homewood became Chicago Bureau Chief for Newsweek magazine, chief editorial writer for the Chicago Sun-Times, and for eleven years had his own weekly news program syndicated to 43 PBS television stations. Homewood was the author of 6 books and lived with his wife in Tucson, Arizona, until his death in 1984.Read more Read less
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