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From: Stefan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Meeting you at McClellan
Hi, my name is Stefan and I am 12 years old. I met you at the museum
day at McClellan Aerospace museum. You and your wife were meeting people and
selling your book, WWII Prisoner of War: How I Survived. My mom bought your book and I just finished reading it. I really liked it. In your book I tried to understand
how really cold you were when you marched from camp to camp. It must have
been scary when the planes flew over you. I think it is good that you kept
your promise to God. When I grow up I want to be a pilot also.
The book was so good that I want to read it again, and my sisters and mom
are reading it also.
Thank you for writing your memories,
P.S. I have a really good picture of you and me and my sisters. Do you have
an address I could send it to? Ill try to send it here.
This mail is sent via contact form on WWII POW – How I Survived
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Len Kovar meets a Fan: 12 year old Stefan at the Aerospace Museum of CA on Feb, 2, 2013
Author Len Kovar brought his personal story of survival, behind Nazi barbed-wire, to life at Granite Bay Library Book Sale and Signing Event on Saturday, 10a-12:30p April 27th, Granite Bay Library 64756 Douglas Blvd.
2nd Lt. Len Kovar provides a candid story of survival, his personal struggle to endure and a unique insight into the minds of prisoners and German soldiers following orders of their Nazi leaders.
Len Kovar talks to the local Granite Bay, CA audience and readers about his experiences, his strategy for surviving and his joy at the sight of General George Patton’s army of tanks as they freed the prisoners behind the barbed wire. Mr. Kovar presented his book for sale, signed copies for those attending and provided a portion of the proceeds to benefit the Placer Co. Friends of the Library.
Second Lt. Len Kovar gives special thanks and acknowledgements to his mother for keeping accurate notes and memories of his days Missing In Action and as P.O.W.
His book WWII Prisoner of War: How I survived is 156 pages, ISBN 978-0-9845424-8-2 Available at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble or visit http://kohopono.com/?page_id=955.com to order. $16.95.
On Saturday April 6th, 2013 at 7 PM, Len Kovar, WWII survivor of death marches and Nazi imprisonment, will speak at the meeting with the Mariner’s Group, including former AF and private pilots. Plan to arrive about 6:45p, the room is located toward the rear of the facility enter thru the walkway on the circular drive, where you may also park that evening. Contact is Marti Wallace 944-0747.
Location: Carmichael Presbyterian Church, 5645 Marconi Avenue, Carmichael, CA 95608
On April 13th, 1:00 pm- 3:30 pm, Len Kovar will be speaking and signing books at the Barnes & Noble Local Author’s Fair at the Arden Fair Mall Arden with top authors who live in the greater Sacramento area, including top names like John Lescroart and others. Len Kovar will be a featured local writer. Come meet a World War II veteran that survived death marches in the coldest winter in recorded European history while captured by Nazis. He will be signing his book, “World War II Prisoner of War: How I Survived” and talking to individuals about his experiences. Their will be a panel discussion, brief talk about each author’s books, time for questions and book signing.
Location: Arden Fair, 1725 Arden Way, Sacramento, CA 95815: at Barnes and Noble Booksellers. Contact is Oneia Hawkins, 916-565-0644.
On April 27th from 10AM – 12:30PM at the Granite Bay Library, Leonard J. Kovar will deliver a personal and engaging talk about his harrowing experiences as a prisoner of war in Nazi Germany and how he survived. Len Kovar wrote, “WWII Prisoner of War: How I Survived” to document his story. Learn about how he was shot from the sky on a bombing mission and how he evaded temporarily capture but eventually was imprisoned by Nazis and driven into the bitter cold on death marches as General Patton and Russian forces were closing in on Hitler’s armies. You must hear this riveting story of survival. Friends of the Library will receive one dollar from each book sold.
Location: Granite Bay Library, 6475 Douglas Blvd, Granite Bay, CA 95746-6226, (916) 791-5590.
Len Kovar spoke to an audience at Fair Oaks Library just before Christmas 2012.
Mr. Len Kovar is living history and is planned to speak to high school students about his experiences as a captured soldier in World War II Nazi Germany in the coming months.
Rick Reed is his publicist: email@example.com
Len and Lorraine Kovar appeared on the ABC News 10 Weekend Morning Show on Veteran’s Day in 2012 with the show host Chris Nguyen in Sacramento, CA.
Len Kovar talked about his story of survival as a prisoner of war in Nazi Germany.
His book, published by Koho Pono LLC, is entitled “World War II Prisoner of War: How I Survived” by Len Kovar. The book documents his tale of survival in the worst winter in recorded European history as he was forced to march in blistering cold conditions with minimal food and water.
Mr. Len Kovar and his wife Lorraine are residents in the Sacramento Area.
To see the interview with Len and his wife of over 60 years, Lorraine, click this link: http://gooddaysacramento.cbslocal.com/video/7653870-world-war-ii-veteran/
Len Kovar appeared on Saturday August 25 from 3:30pm-5pm at the Elk Grove Library (Sacramento, CA).
Len read passages from his book, “World War II Prisoner of War – How I Survived” and then signed books for the attendees.
Len Kovar talks to a capacity crowd at the Sylvan Oaks Library about his story of survival as a prisoner of war in World War 2.