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Munich - Day One, Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

Robert Harris
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Hartmann and three secretaries translate Chamberlain’s radio speech for Weizsäcker, the State Secretary. Hartmann kisses the top of the last typist’s head and runs from the room. In the hallway he stops smiling, angry that Chamberlain’s weak speech delivers no ultimatum. Weizsäcker’s office is empty but for Frau Winter, the senior secretary. Before Hartmann can leave to find Weizsäcker, Frau Winter stops him to rub a smudge of ink off his face. He assesses her face and wonders how old she is.

Hartmann passes workmen cleaning up after the military parade and gives his name to a policeman for access to the bustling Reich Chancellery. Hartmann counts the SS guards who confirm his papers at each door. An SS adjutant arrives to escort Hartmann, and the two men give each other the Nazi salute...

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