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Battleground Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 11-2 Summary

W. E. B. Griffin
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Chapters 11-2 Summary

Chapter eleven begins the next morning, at the Elms, with Moore waiting outside for orders of the day. Lt. Donnelly sends Daphne, one of the women who had been at the dinner the previous night, to fetch Moore, and gives him a message to Major Banning, committing it to his memory. The message concerns the Japanese equipment based at Lunga Point. Hon tells Moore what the message really means, and it is not good news for the men planning to invade Guadalcanal. Hon tells Moore that MacArthur thinks invading Guadalcanal is a bad idea. Pickering and Banning came into the room, and Moore delivers his message. Just as Moore is leaving the office, Banning hands him his mail. There is a letter from Barbara.

Barbara tells Moore she has reconciled with her husband and she asks that Moore never write to her or try to...

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