Dr. Barbara M. Panther-Gibby's passion for documenting the lives of family members is only surpassed by her unerring sense of history. In this exciting narrative, she faithfully follows Uncle Ted from the day he was drafted into the army in 1941 to the end of WWII.
During this young GI's tour of duty, he had several assignments. He served as a gunner with the Air Corps in B-17s as well as a fast-truck driver for the Red Ball Express. Unfortunately, in November of 1944, Ted parachuted into the Siegfried Line at the Belgium-German border and found himself in one of the bloodiest battles of the European Theatre of War as soon as he touched ground.
For the next five months, he would chronicle the worst, terror-filled experiences of his life. This is his story, a true reflection of an American GI.
|Publication date||August 26,2023|
|Interior Color||Black and White|
|Book Size||6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)|
Barbara Gibby is a life-long Oregonian. She was born in Woodburn and raised in Willamette Valley. She married shortly after graduating high school and had three sons. She went back to school after her youngest son started first grade. She attended community college, graduated as a nurse, and worked for about eleven years before getting a serious injury from a patient. After that, she studied to become a counselor and worked with the State of Oregon for Worker’s Compensation for ten years. She got a doctor’s degree in psychology and has worked in a private practice since 1995.
Barbara has received five Marquis awards, including The International Peace Prize from the United Cultural Convention. She has also worked with several non-profit organizations, including one in Uganda to bring clean water to eight schools. She also toured several countries in Europe, Africa, South America, and most of North America. Barbara is a dedicated writer who has also authored another book titled Ending Wars on Uganda's Children.
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