An Ice-cream War - Part Two, Chapters Six and Seven Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Chapters Six and Seven Summary

In the morning Gabriel's soldiers join in the attack on Tanga. As they march though dense brush and coconut groves, Gabriel can hear gunfire but cannot see anything because of the dense vegetation. Suddenly Gabriel's Indian soldiers run back from the front in blind panic. Gabriel continues on with Gleeson, and when they reach a clearing, Gabriel believes he sees the air thick with bullets. However, he soon realizes what he sees are not bullets but bees.

Badly stung Gabriel and Gleeson take cover in a ditch. They travel the length of the ditch and meet a group of British soldiers. It seems the group is pinned down by a group of Indian soldiers because the Indian soldiers mistake the white British troops for Germans. Gleeson moves into a house and tries to shout to the Indian...

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