Into That Darkness: An Examination of Conscience - Book 1, Into That Darkness: Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Into That Darkness: Chapter 14 Summary and Analysis

Part 5: There are 8 chapters in this Part of the book. The author brings readers into the post war years. For the purposes of explanation, there is often a reference to the past—to a time during the war or the circumstances that led up to it. Stangl makes it to Rome where he is greatly helped. The Pope and the Vatican help him to get a room, to have money, and to arrange for safe transport overseas to a place where he will have a job upon arrival. If the truth is that he was psychologically and emotionally tortured by following orders then the Red Cross passport makes more sense than it does if the same man is simply viewed as someone who voluntarily allows himself be turned from someone good into...

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