Fatherland - Wednesday, April 15, Chapters 5, 6, 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

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Wednesday, April 15, Chapters 5, 6, 7 and 8 Summary

As March returns to Berlin, the city is abuzz with news that the President of the United States has accepted the Fuhrer's invitation to visit Berlin in September and discuss forging a better relationship. Back at the office, Max shows March Buhler's personal effects which contain the passports of two people, an SS officer named Paul Hahn and a young woman named Magda Voss. The couple had just been married and was randomly murdered on the way to their honeymoon.

March shares the chocolates with Max and speculates why someone would send an expensive box of chocolates which plays the music from the Fuhrer's favorite operetta. March then goes to the reference area to check the archives to find information on the men named Luther and Stuckart mentioned in Buhler's diary. Luther is Martin Luther, an officer in the German government...

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