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  • exposition
  • Harold and his crew were shot down in France during World War two, on the way to Berlin only one day before D-Day the Timid and frightened crew member must survive and make his way to the allied invasion force.
  • rising action
  • Harold now knows that he could try to get a car from the nearby town of Troyes and star heading to the coast. but he encounters a german patrol and they stop him, he tries his best to speak french but it fails he speeds away and the germans give chase, and he evades them he then continues on his way to the coast.
  • Troyes 17 KM
  • The germans find Harold inthe city of Rouen, and immediatly a firefight breaks out, the germans overpower Harold and he runs off in his car, the Germans follow suit but he runs into the British army along the way. and they save him from certain death. but he was shot and bleeding.
  • Conflict-climax
  • Halt! gehen keine weiteren! do not go futher!
  • climax-falling action
  • He is targeted by a German plane and shot at until allies rescue him. he is given medical treatment for the wound, and gets shipped back to Britain to receive a medal for his bravery and courage to head back home. he is redeployed for ground support.
  • falling action-resolution
  • Harold flys 50 more missions before the war in Europe ended, he helped save countless lives during the war.
  • resolution
  • Harold ends up marrying a woman named Mary, and the move into a town in Nebraska and live 40 more years. Harold gets a job at the local airport and makes a living teaching people how to survive being stuck in a hostile enviroment
  • Theme: no matter what problem, there is a solution. you can always find a way.
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