All the Light We Cannot See - Part Seven: August 1942: Chapters 101-120 Summary & Analysis

Anthony Doerr
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The corporal who comes for Werner introduces himself as Neumann two, explaining that of the five in their group, there is one other Neumann who bears the distinction of number one - their driver. They ride the train from Schulpforta to a switching station near Lodz, and then wait for a connection. A train comes but doesn’t stop, and Werner realizes that the cars are filled with the bodies of prisoners, stacked one on top of the other like cordwood. Thousands of bodies roll by. Finally, they head out by train and at dusk Werner finds himself delivered to his new unit. The electronic gear is located in the back of an Opel Blitz, modified with a wooden shell built into the back and gasoline tanks strapped to one side. Two of his transceivers are inside awaiting his repair...

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