An Ice-cream War - Part One, Chapters One through Three Summary & Analysis

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Part One, Chapters One through Three Summary

An Ice Cream War tells the story of how World War I affects the lives of many characters in both Europe and Africa. The characters include British, German, and American characters who are both men and women. These characters are pulled into a war they do not fully understand and their lives are forever altered.

The novel begins with Walter Smith waking from a dream in the Kaiserhof Hotel in Dar-es-Salaam, German East Africa. Walter's dream makes him remember five years ago and what caused him to come to Africa. Walter had been the manager of an iron foundry in New Jersey. He saw an advertisement for a job as a manager for an African hunting trip for former President Theodore Roosevelt and his son Kermit. Walter got the job, but he made the mistake of mentioning...

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