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Lost in Shangri-La: A True Story of Survival, Adventure, and the Most Incredible Rescue Mission of World War II Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 19-22 Summary

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Chapters 19-22 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 19. 'Shoo, Shoo Baby.' On Friday, Walter's team waited at their camp for a supply drop from a C-47 with much needed food. Late into the afternoon, Walter and his team walked into the survivors' camp. The camp suddenly swelled to eleven, so Walter set his men to setting up tents. As the group settled in the clearing, they began entertaining one another at night with card games and singing sessions.

Shortly after Walter's arrival at the survivors' camp, funeral supplies were dropped. Walter took McCollom and a group of his paratroopers up to the crash site and buried the three dead passengers and as many bones and personal effects of the eighteen burned in the wreckage as they could while two clerics flew overhead and said a prayer.

Chapter 20. 'Hey, Martha!' About this time, Elsmore allowed the press in on...

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