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The Last Mission Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Bail Out: Chapters 16-17 Summary

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Part 3, Bail Out: Chapters 16-17 Summary

Jack and Stan are on the road with Willy and Karl for many days. Jack and Stan share half a ration of Karl's food, leaving them both starving. One day a priest gives them each a boiled egg. Jack holds on to his most of the day, wanting to wait until they stop before eating it so that he can enjoy it. However, when they stop a starving child comes over and makes gestures for the egg. Jack does not want to give the child the egg at first because he believes him to be a German, therefore the enemy. As Jack watches the child, however, he comes to realize that he is just a person like Jack. Jack gives the child his egg. Jack sees a lot of Germans during this trip and a lot of them are...

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