Naples '44 - February Summary & Analysis

Norman Lewis (author)
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The Field Security Headquarters for Italy are located in Castellammare castle, and thieves have scaled it, taking a variety of things. The Italians barely respect the Allied operations. The Italians would scavenge anything—they even stole telegraph poles and penicillin. On the 12th, Lewis writes that he has come to believe that the Neapolitans are completely indifferent to the fate of those in the countryside. These people are incredibly impoverished and Lewis regularly confronts this poverty.

The people in these towns seem to live in an ancient time, as well, practicing odd rituals and having little access to the outside world. Bloody dramas also played out there. Lewis must continue to protect the prisoners in these areas from harm. Lewis meets four small men who had been in solitary confinement for murder. They had murdered quickly and would do it again for honor. And...

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