Eleanore Moe of Rapid City will talk about being a military wife in postwar Germany with her husband George Moe, a West Point graduate and a tank commander in Patton's Third Army, who was wounded in the Battle of the Bulge. George became a German language specialist in Occupied Germany. Both were witnesses to the Nuremberg Trials. Eleanore even met Eleanor Roosevelt. George went on to fight in the Korean War, at the deadly Chosin Reservoir, a battle that the US almost lost. After leaving the Army, he earned a PhD in International Relations before becoming head of the Languages and Social Sciences Department at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in 1966. He retired in 1983. Eleanore continued to teach high school. He died in 2007.