The Wall Street Journal sat down with Dr. Roger Birkman, founder of The Birkman Method®, to discuss his time in World War II. In 1944, Roger Birkman was a fighter pilot with the US Army Air Corps. His B-17 bomber was shot down by German forces while flying over France. He was able to avoid being detected by German troops and found refuge with residents of a nearby town, where he waited until Allied Forces forced out the German occupation several months later.
To hear Dr. Birkman’s recount of his time in France, visit “A World War II Soldier’s Hideaway in Belgium”: http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424127887323744604578473122300208076