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Black Cross Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section Two: Chapters 5-8 Summary

Greg Iles
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Section Two: Chapters 5-8 Summary

Eisenhower declines to endorse the plan. He agrees only to use such measures should the Nazis use the weapon first. With no similar weapons to deter Hitler, and no protection yet designed to survive such a weapon, Churchill is determined to destroy the Nazi's supply on German soil and prevent the substance from being used against the Allied forces who are planning to invade. Churchill decides to send Brigadier Smith to attend to this and provides him with a letter of authorization to requisition any and all aids he deems necessary to accomplish this mission. After two days, Brigadier Smith overhears a conversation regarding a young German Jew named Jonas Stern, who fled to Palestine. Stern has been awarded twice by the British army and is also wanted by the British Military Police for terrorist attacks. Stern has turned himself over...

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