040614 - OSCAR: His Story by Oscar Hoffman Coen
By Oscar Hoffman Coen and Mildred Coen Robeck
Oscar Hoffman Coen was a young American pilot who went to London to fly with the RAF during WWII. In this suspenseful narrative, Oscar recounts how he made his way back to England after his plane was downed over German-occupied France. He faced many challenges during his dangerous journey. He knew neither the language of the enemies he evaded or of the people associated with the Underground. He had to trust total strangers and believe they would help him find his way back to freedom. Oscar spent many days and nights not knowing what the next day held in store for him. His physical stamina and his unwavering desire to get back to England and fly again got him through many hazardous situations. Oscar's remarkable courage and the bravery of the people who risked their lives to help him are truly inspirational.
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