The Fighting Ground - Study Guide Pages 77 through 89 Summary & Analysis

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The Germans force Jonathan to knock on the door of the small house. Hesitantly, after there is no response to his knocks, Jonathan pushes the door open. It is a one-room house with a dirt-floor. No one is there. The way it looks, it was abandoned rather abruptly. Jonathan, through sign language, tells the young soldier he can milk the cow so they can have milk to drink. Jonathan goes looking for a bucket in a nearby shed. When he opens the shed's door, there is a child sitting on the ground there.

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The child is a boy, appearing to be younger than Jonathan's seven-year-old sister. Jonathan whispers to him, asking him the whereabouts of his parents but the boy does not respond. Jonathan tells the boy to stay quiet and that he will be right back. Jonathan doesn't know whether to tell the Hessians...

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