A GOONDIWINDI RINGER
Memoir of William H. Gunn
“A Goondiwindi Ringer” is the real-life story of one man who went from riding the open plains of Australia as a Ringer with the mob, to creating a multi-million dollar company in corporate America . . .
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NEVER GIVE UP ON YOUR DREAMS
This story is told through the eyes of a now mature woman she traces back her life as a young girl and her unwavering passion for riding and jumping horses.
When I began writing my memoir, it was hard to go back through the years earlier than five-years-old. Horses had become my life, but I began to wonder where this addiction came from? My family didn’t ride horses, so how did this passion in me get ignited? When writing my life story, it has got to be quite a struggle to think deeply about the choices one makes, I questioned what were the circumstances that gave a little girl like me the courage to do what I did? Come with me on my journey because I have discovered how this all may have started . . .
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A DISPLACED PERSON
As the war ended, these people found themselves in unfamiliar places facing an uncertain future. Allied military and civilian authorities faced considerable challenges in resolving the problem of displaced persons. Since the reasons for individuals’ displacement varied considerably, the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force classified them into a number of categories: evacuees, war or political refugees, political prisoners, forced or voluntary workers, Todt workers, former forces under German command, deportees, intruded persons, extruded persons, civilian internees, ex-prisoners of war, and stateless persons.
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