In Pharaoh's Army: Memories of the Lost War - Chapter 9: I Right a Wrong Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9: I Right a Wrong Summary and Analysis

Sergeant Benet's tour ended a month before Wolff's. They joined a convoy and went to a bar in the city for a few drinks before he left. The bar was a "cracker" establishment and it was obvious that the patrons didn't like a black man being there. Benet, of course, sensed it and sunk down in his seat. Wolff wanted Benet to know that he had been the smarter of the two and was really the one who was in charge despite their respective ranks. Wolff hated to see him go. Benet told him he'd do fine without him. Wolff wasn't so sure.

It was too late for Wolff to return to My Tho, so he got a hotel for the night. He went to the hotel bar located on the roof overlooking...

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