Patricia W. Pasbach discusses her experiences in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps while attached to the 124th General Hospital in Salzburg, the 279th General Hospital in Berlin, and the 120th Station Hospital in Bayreuth in 1946. Pasbach speaks at length about her experiences in a divided Berlin, detailing the economic problems caused by postwar inflation in Germany and discussing the Russian occupation of East Berlin and the territory around Berlin. She also describes spending weekends in Berchtesgaden while stationed in Salzburg, and her anxiety about being stationed in a foreign city where she did not know anyone. Pasbach says she was offered the chance to sign on for another year, but did not want to stay in Europe that long and left the Army in November 1946 after a little over a year of service. Pasbach is interviewed by Elsie Hornbacher.