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CSPAN
Sep 20, 2015 9:00am EDT
way to paris in 1940, dropped off at the hotel bristol by none other than george kenneth. he then found his way to the american hospital of paris, where he went to the office of dr. sumner jackson, and said to him, i need to hide for a while. the theory is that he was being hunted by the gestapo, that they were on to him and knew he wasn't an ambulance driver, he was a spy. sumner jackson -- hoffman was interviewed and said that only one person hid me, sumner jackson. he added that after a week, false papers were found which allowed to have him get to the south of france, then spain, then back to the u.s. he was sent to north africa in 1942, and went on to have a distinguished career in the cia. in allowing him to hide, jackson took his first great risk of world war ii. avenue boche, the most vicious and depraved and most cultured and malevolent of the germans in paris, they chose the nicest place to live, i am talking about the ff and the gestapo. when they came to avenue foch, named after the world war i french general, they literally chose the nicest residences. the mansions ow
CSPAN
Jul 18, 2016 10:13am EDT
his way to paris of early 1940s and dropped off of the hotel by none other of george kennedy. and then found his way to the american hospital of paris where he went to doctor sumner jackson. he said he needs to hide for a while, he was being hunted. they knew he was a spy. so jackson thought coster, he said only one person in his basement doctor sumner jackson. he was one of several agents that was sentenced to north africa in 1942 before operation torch and had a long and distinguish career oss, it is like the cia. allowing coster to hide in the basement of jackson's. jackson took his first great risk of all. >> avenue boche in the fall of 1940 of the most cultured and most bevolant. when they came to avenue boche, named after their great french general, they literally chose the nicest. they all lived at avenue boche. it was so many finest houses of paris. here you see the arrow is pointing to 72. helmet knochen. he's 37 years old here, he had a phd. he speaks four languages, a distinguish and brilliant gentleman. he arrivedd in the 1940s in disguise. germans do not want these bl
CSPAN
Jul 18, 2016 10:10pm EDT
in early july of 1940, was dropped off at the hotel bristol by none other than george kennan, who became a great american statesman. and then found his way to the american hospital of paris, where he went to the office of dr. sumner jackson and said to dr. sumner jackson, i need to hide for a while. and the theory is that he was being hunted by the abwehr and the gestapo, that they were on to him, they knew he wasn't an ambulance driver, he was a spy. donald coster in 1981 was interviewed and he said only one person hid me in the basement of the american hospital in paris, dr. sumner jackson. and he also added that after a week false papers were found which allowed him to get to the south of france, then to spain, and then back to the u.s. he was one of several oss agents that were sent into north africa in 1942 before "operation torch" and went on to have a very long and distinguished career, oss in the second world war and then the cia after the war. in allowing coster to hide in the basement of the american hospital, sumner jackson took his first great risk of world war ii. ave
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