Len Kovar Brings Personal Story of Survival Behind Nazi Barbed Wire to Life


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.

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1 Response to Len Kovar Brings Personal Story of Survival Behind Nazi Barbed Wire to Life

  1. Ted Olds says:

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    I met you at McClellan and bought your book which you kindly signed for me. I am enjoying the book very much and would like to have you speak at one of my radio controlled model airplane club meetings. I am told that you are currently not speaking at this time. I pray that all is going well.
    Ted Olds

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