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Black Dogs Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 4 Summary

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Part 4 Summary

In the spring of 1946, Bernard and June set off on their honeymoon tour of France and Italy. They had known each other since 1944, but had to wait until the war ended before they were given permission to leave their jobs. They both worked at the Senate House in Bloomsbury. Bernard, a Cambridge science graduate, worked with the intelligence services, while June, a linguist, worked as a liaison with the Free French and sometimes found herself in the same room with de Gaulle. The young couple planned to spend the summer of '46 traveling before returning to England to enjoy married life and civilian jobs during peace time.

Jeremy is always amazed when he thinks of the differences between the types of war work assigned to people of different social classes. His own parents had not come from such a privileged class as the Tremaine's, so his father...

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