Incident at Vichy: A Play - Section 2: pages 10-20 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2: pages 10-20 Summary

The first detective enters with the Old Jew, followed by the second detective with Leduc and the Police Captain with Von Berg and the Professor, ordering the Old Jew, Von Berg and Leduc to sit on the bench. When the Major enters, the Leduc asks the reason for this; they have no authority to arrest him in French territory because he is a captain in the French army. The Major and the detectives discuss how they can find more people to arrest, but the Captain tells his detectives not to arrest anyone in a crowd because he does not want to cause alarm. Marchand believes he is first, so the Professor leads him into the office. Leduc asks the others what this is about, and Monceau says it seems that they are checking identification papers. Leduc grows cautious and...

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