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Munich - Day Three, Chapters 5-7 Summary & Analysis

Robert Harris
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Hartmann enters the Führerbau, a courtly building full of Nazi officials and SS. He transfers the document to his shirt in a bathroom stall. His hands are so cold they seem foreign. He walks the palatial building, learning its symmetrical layout. Weizsäcker and Schmidt wave Hartmann to join them in the buffet room. Weizsäcker warns Hartmann not to antagonize Sauer and suggests a diplomatic posting overseas “when this is over” (201). The three men watch Chamberlain’s cars arrive, noting that Hitler does not greet them. Chamberlain waves to the crowd, but French Prime Minister Daladier looks nervous. Göring already wears a different self-designed uniform. Weizsäcker and Hartmann mock the suit even if criticism is imprudent.

As Weizsäcker greets Chamberlain, Hartmann assesses each British delegate, but his scan leaves him hopeless, and Legat is not there...

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