qBook 2 picks up where Gus returned to the American Canal Zone in 1939 with his family following a three months cross country vacation to the U.S. By the time of Pearl Harbor, Gus' psychology changed. He seemed driven to directly enter the war, more so as his drinking eroded his family structure. Crises became the norm. With the marriage close to destruction, Gus applied to enter the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Upon his graduation in early 1945, Gus saw limited action in the Atlantic and Pacific theaters. He briefly reconnected with his family In Riverside County, CA while on leave after a tour in the Atlantic...q--p.  of cover.Gus learned a few fundamentals about photography, particularly in the use of silver nitrate to a#39;fixa#39; the positive before the final water ... Maybe I can pick up some extra cash on my spare time. ... aIf nothing pops up, I guess we can make it.a a Good.
|Author||:||George C. Zidbeck|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2007-10|