A Coffin for Dimitrios - Chapter 9, Belgrade, 1926 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Belgrade, 1926 Summary

Latimer writes to Marukakis, telling him the tale that Grodek related, using only Grodek's initial G., to hide his identity. In 1926, Grodek is working for Italy, and he goes to Belgrade, in Serbia (then part of Yugoslavia). There are rumors that Yugoslavia has planted mines in the ocean to prevent any attacks from Mussolini's Italy. Grodek's job is to find out the location of the mines.

Grodek pretends to be a representative of a manufacturer in Dresden. He goes to the Ministry of Marine, pretends to be headed for the supply department, and then finds his way to the defense department. There, he looks at the personnel. Over several days, he follows three clerks to their homes and finds out their names, addresses, and other information. He targets a man named Bulić.

Grodek pretends to run into Bulić by accident in...

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