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Charles Schulz, the cartoonist behind “Peanuts,” drew from some of his experiences as an Army staff sergeant during World War II to fashion the enduringly popular comic series.

Biographies about Charles Schulz, as well as his own essays, talk about the impact military service had on him and the characters he created.

Charles Schulz, the cartoonist behind “Peanuts,” took part in the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp and the occupation of Munich. His Combat Infantryman Badge would remain one of his proudest possessions.

Charles Schulz's time in the @USArmy  was part of the inspiration for "Peanuts."

Charles Schulz, the cartoonist behind “Peanuts,” took part in the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp and the occupation of Munich.

Charles Schulz pursued cartooning, which he had trained for prior to getting drafted. By 1950, his comic strip “Peanuts” reached national syndication, leading to a career in which Charlie Brown and his pals would wind up in newspapers around the world.

Charles Schulz, the cartoonist behind “Peanuts,” took part in the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp and the occupation of Munich shortly before the end of WWII.

Created by the late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz, “A Charlie Brown Christmas” aired on television for the first time on Dec. 9, 1965. The 30-minute show, featuring the "Peanuts" gang, has been broadcast for 55 years. Tell us: Have you seen the popular holiday special?

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Sometimes I lie awake at night and I ask, "Is life a multiple choice test or is it a true or false test?" Then a voice comes to me out of the dark and says, "We hate to tell you this but life is a thousand word essay. —Charles M. Schulz (born November 26, 1922)

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Charles Schulz was born 98 years ago today. His overlooked civil rights advocacy embedded in his Peanuts:

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"I have a new philosophy. I'm only going to dread one day at a time." CHARLES SCHULZ

"Sometimes I lie awake at night, and I ask, 'Where have I gone wrong'. Then a voice says to me, 'This is going to take more than one night'." CHARLES M SCHULZ

Through “Peanuts,” Charles Schulz wanted to tell hard truths about, as he said, “intelligent things.” But the main truth he tells is that there are no answers to the big questions.

"All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt." CHARLES M. SCHULZ

Through “Peanuts,” Charles Schulz wanted to tell hard truths about, as he said, “intelligent things.” But the main truth he tells is that there are no answers to the big questions.

Through “Peanuts,” Charles Schulz wanted to tell hard truths about, as he said, “intelligent things.” But the main truth he tells is that there are no answers to the big questions.

Don't worry about the world coming to an end today. It is already tomorrow in Australia. CHARLES M. SCHULZ

Wildfires in California claim the home of "Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz, but his widow was able to escape.

Only in math can you buy sixty cantaloupes and no one asks what the hell is wrong with you. - CHARLES M. SCHULZ

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