The concluding panel at the Museum's February 22, 2018, daylong Symposium to mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Kasserine Pass gathered all four of the day's speakers for a freewheeling discussion on the theme "The Learning Curve: The US Army and the Arrival in Theater, 1942-43."
The Symposium, held in BB's Stage Door Canteen, was attended by more than 100 WWII enthusiasts who engaged with the featured speakers throughout the day. The finale is embedded below, following a guide to the individual speakers. Click on each presenter's name to watch the session.
"The Road to, and Battle of Kasserine Pass"
– Robert M. Citino, PhD
"Battalion Commanders at War: US Army Tactical Leadership in the Mediterranean Theater, 1942-1943"
– Steven T. Barry, PhD
"Patton’s First Victory: How General George Patton Turned the Tide in North Africa and Defeated the Afrika Korps at El Guettar"
– Leo Barron
"The North African Air Campaign: US Army Air Forces from El Alamein to Salerno"
– Christopher M. Rein, PhD