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Blackout - Kent—April 1944 Summary & Analysis

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Kent—April 1944 Summary

Ernest almost gets gored in the field by the farmer's bull. The bull ends up spearing one of the inflatable tanks instead, which startles the bull and makes the farmer laugh. The farmer asks what kind of games the boys are playing when they hear a plane roaring overhead. They convince the farmer they have to hide because it's a German plane that they need to photograph the tanks on the field. The plane turns out to be one of their own planes.

Once the farmer understands what they're trying to do, he allows them to leave the tanks in the field. Cess and Ernest convince the farmer not to tell anyone because it is top secret. When they get back, Ernest missed the deadline for one paper, so says he's going to submit them to another. He says...

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