Master of the Game - Book Three, Kruger-Brent, Ltd. 1914-1945: Chatpers 16-17 Summary & Analysis

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Book Three, Kruger-Brent, Ltd. 1914-1945: Chatpers 16-17 Summary

Kate and David have a wonderful honeymoon despite David's insistence that they do not have time to vacation. When rumors of war begin to circulate, David dismisses them out of hand, but is proven wrong. When America enters the war, David decides to enlist. With David gone, Kate is left in control of Kruger-Brent. Despite the fact that she knows David would not like it, Kate begins manufacturing armaments for the Allies. Kate's decision makes Kruger-Brent one of the fastest growing conglomerates in the world. When David returns home, he is unhappy with what Kate has done despite the money she has earned both them and the company. David makes Kate wonder if she would have made the same decision if David had not gone to war.

Kate decides they should...

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