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Journey Into the Whirlwind Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part I, Chapter 23, To Moscow Summary

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Part I, Chapter 23, To Moscow Summary and Analysis

In Part I, Chapter 23, it is revealed that the entire government of Tartary has been imprisoned. Ginzburg is returned to Black Lake in order to sign papers saying that her investigation has been concluded. Her case has been referred to the military tribunal of the Supreme Court of the Soviet Union in Moscow. She is being charged with terrorism and other related activities. The maximum penalty for such a crime is death.

The failure of the secret police in concert with State Security to extract a confession from Ginzburg and others leads them to refer the case to the military, because her investigation is over. The military will hand out her sentence because she is now being charged specifically with terrorism. The arrests, as if they couldn't spread any further, do: the entire government of Ginzburg's region...

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