Summer of My German Soldier - Chapters 9-10 Summary & Analysis

Bette Greene
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Chapter 9. The FBI arrives in Jenkinsville to investigate the escape. Rumors fly that the escaped prisoner may have something to do with the German saboteurs. The train that night had been searched, and it is suspected the prisoner had been aided in his escape.

The agents come into the department store to question Mr. Bergen. Mr. Bergen is not sure if he can identify the photograph, but he does mention Anton’s formal speech. He insists he will do anything to help, as Mr. Hoover is one of the two greatest Americans along with General Douglas McArthur.

Both Mrs. Bergen and her salesgirls say they do not recognize him, but then Sister Parker remembers Patty waiting on him, talking and laughing with him. They question her, and she begins to cry. She tells them generally about the transaction, omitting details such as the exchange of...

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