Death of Pearl reporter.
Lytle, the Honolulu correspondent for the Associated Press and a reserve army officer, was awakened by the army on December 7, 1941 as Japanese planes bombed the US fleet.
He quickly left for his AP office where he filed a brief account of the attack in progress, then reported for military duty with the army.
He died in California and is survived by his son and grandson.
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Aug 24, 2002|
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