Course Detail: CTME - James C. Church WWII History Series: I Closed Too Many Eyes -- A World War II Medic Finally Talks
Before World War II, Bayer Ross worked as a tailor in his father's dry cleaning shop in the southwestern Minnesota town of Mountain Lake. During World War II, he served in the Army as a medic and saw action in North Africa, Sicily, the D-Day invasion and even worked in a concentration camp. His brother-in-law, Paul Arneson, tells his story through letters, journal entries, and photos. Join us at Handke Center, "Where History Comes Alive!"
Arneson's book, "I Closed Too Many Eyes, A World War II Medic Finally Talks," may be purchased when you register. Choose the appropriate option from the fee drop-down box.