Sid Phillips Audio Books

Sid Phillips Audio Books

Dr. Sid Phillips, a Guadalcanal Marine, was born September 2, 1924, and enlisted in the US Marine Corps the day after Pearl Harbor. Passing beneath the Golden Gate Bridge, he departed his land a nervous seventeen-year- old. Two years later, when he kissed the docks in San Diego, he had come home a hero. Together Sid and his brothers in the legendary First Marine Division won the first epic victory of the war, saved Australia, and stopped the Japanese juggernaut in the Pacific. Today, Sid enjoys his golden years surrounded by his family. He and his sister, Katherine, have become internationally known after their notable roles in Ken Burns’ documentary The War and the Tom Hanks / Steven Spielberg / Gary Goetzman miniseries The Pacific.

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