See How They Run - Book 1: Dr. David Strauss, Part Four: Chapters 39 - 43 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1: Dr. David Strauss, Part Four: Chapters 39 - 43 Summary

The Fuhrer meets with the Ambassador, the General, and the Chancellor in St. James Park in London. He is the last to arrive, and knows that he must be on his toes to match wits with these men. The Chancellor is the first to speak, bringing up the murder of the Warrior. He calls it an 'unfortunate international situation', and reflects on the fact that in their investigations, the authorities will likely stumble upon something they shouldn't. The Fuhrer is unconcerned and reminds them that had the Warrior survived, Dachau Two would not have, and tells his three compatriots that if any of them disagrees, he will happily step aside. The Ambassador tells the Fuhrer that David is poking around in Germany and is trying to contact Ben-Iban, and...

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