Ensley M. Llewellyn (1905–1989) was a United States military officer who is credited as the founder of the reestablished Stars and Stripes when it resumed publication in 1942, following a hiatus after World War I. He later served as adjutant general of the Washington National Guard.
- "Stars and Stripes Founder Dead at 83". Associated Press. July 23, 1989. Retrieved June 15, 2018.
- Denfeld, Duane. "Major Ensley Llewellyn of Tacoma publishes the first edition of the World War II Stars and Stripes newspaper on April 18, 1942". HistoryLink. HistoryInk. Retrieved June 15, 2018.
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