The Berlin Boxing Club - Part II: The Brown Bomber; Sour Sixteen; The Reopening of Galerie Stern; and Word from Dachau Summary & Analysis

Robert Sharenow
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In the chapter “The Brown Bomber,” although he’s worked with Max for nearly two years, Karl is still confused by Max’s stance on the conflict between the Nazis and Jews. He is seen with Hitler and allows himself to be advertised as German perfection, yet he also has friends who are Jews. Even his manager is a Jew. Max had to use his position to get his manager a room in a German hotel when he came for Max’s fight against Hamas. After Max wins the fight, his manager is pictured giving a salute to Hitler. He is called a traitor in America and by members of his religion for this action. Meanwhile, the German’s refer to Max’s salute as an insult, especially since...

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