World War II Veteran Hosting Veterans Storytelling Program

WWII Veteran

By Michael Walsh

World War II veteran Benjamin Cooper has been telling his war story for the last 27 years.

Now, the 95-year-old West Hartford resident, who was a combat medic during the war and was present for the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp, wants other veterans to have the opportunity to share their stories, and he wants the public to come and listen.

Cooper will achieve this through a new weekly program, called Roll Call, hosted by the West Hartford Senior Center. The first program will be held on Sept. 11 from 10 a.m. to noon.

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