Munich - Day Three, Chapters 8-10 Summary & Analysis

Robert Harris
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Legat waits five minutes, then makes his way to the Regina Palast. Ashton-Gwatkin confides that the Czechs are still confined. Before he leaves for the conference again, he asks Legat why he pretended not to know Hartmann, since they must have attended school together. Legat explains that Hartmann does not want his colleagues to know he has connections in England.

In the office, Joan has told Number 10 that Legat is busy dealing with the Czechs. She sees the anti-Jewish paper, and though Legat claims he is just throwing it out, he will not let her see it. Locked in his own room, he opens the document to find the minutes of a November 1937 meeting laying out the Lebensraum policy.

Hartmann watches dignitaries go in and out of Hitler’s office; only Daladier is idle. Hartmann cannot see Sauer. He anxiously circles...

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