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Thörnell or Thornell is a Swedish surname that may refer to:

Jack Randolph Thornell is an American photographer. He won a Pulitzer Prize for his photo of James Meredith after the activist was attacked and wounded by a sniper during his June 1966 March Against Fear in Mississippi.

John Thornell is an Australian long jumper.

John F. Thornell Jr

John Francis Thornell, Jr was a career officer in the United States Air Force and a World War II flying ace. He flew P-51 Mustangs and P-47 Thunderbolts with the 328th Fighter Squadron of the 352nd Fighter Group. He was the third highest scoring ace of 352nd Fighter Group, and one of the top USAAF aces of the European Theater of Operations and Eighth Air Force, with 17.25 aerial victories and 2 ground victories.

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John Erickson may refer to:

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The following are the Pulitzer Prizes for 1967.

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