Berlin Noir - A German Requiem - Part I, Chapters 10-18 Summary & Analysis

Philip Kerr
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A German Requiem - Part I, Chapters 10-18 Summary

Upon his arrival in Vienna, Gunther is met by Dr. Liebl, Becker's attorney. The biggest surprise is that, despite the bombings and destruction during the War, Vienna looks beautiful, completely renovated, most unlike Berlin. From Liebl, Gunther receives additional details of the case against Becker as well as the remainder of his fee and living expenses. Becker has evidently done quite well for himself in Vienna, able to afford a high-priced lawyer and a nice home. As they discuss the War and its aftermath, Liebl reveals that many Austrians collaborated with Nazis and that many former German Nazis are now living in Vienna with false identities. For their part, the Austrians are attempting to distance themselves from any Germans at the present time.

Becker's girlfriend, nurse Traudl Braunsteiner, arranges...

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