Battleground - Study Guide Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

W. E. B. Griffin
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On July 1, 1942, John Moore is at The Elms, writing a letter to Barbara. He is trying to let her know that although their time together was mostly sexual, he is in love with her and wants a future with together. He wishes he could tell her the details of his life in Australia, but that is forbidden; in fact, he is not yet sure what his assignment will be. As he is writing, he receives an order to pick up some more Elms guests at the airport. Moore quickly finishes his letter to Barbara, abandoning the love poem and just writing that he loves her more than life itself.

Major Banning had taken Moore to meet Pluto Hon and to move his things to The Elms. The security where Hon and Moore work is the highest Moore could ever imagine. Hon gives Moore a translation to do...

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