An Ice-cream War - Part Two, Chapters Eleven and Twelve Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Chapters Eleven and Twelve Summary

Almost three months later, Gabriel has been moved from Tanga to a hospital at a prisoner of war camp at Nanda. He is under the care of Dr. Deppe. Gabriel tries to use crutches to stand, but he is still too unsteady so Liesl and Dr. Deppe help him back to bed.

Liesl has volunteered as a nurse. While working she hears much news of the war. The British sink the cruiser Konigsberg, and the Germans are drawing out the African campaign in an attempt to draw British resources away from the war in Europe.

Chapter Twelve begins five months after Chapter Eleven. Walter has joined the East African Mounted Rifles. The British forces are gathering for an attack on the Germans at Taveta. Walter is frustrated by inaction. Since he joined, there has been little or...

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