The Most Beautiful Woman in Town & Other Stories - Swastika Summary & Analysis

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Swastika Summary

The unnamed President of the United States is driven from the White House not to the airport to begin his scheduled vacation at his private home, but for several hours to a wooded area. He ends up at a boarding house at 2435 Shoreham Dr., where surgeons exchange his brain and larynx for that of the supposedly-late Adolph Hitler. Der Führer admits to having ordered the assassinations of John and Robert Kennedy in order to have an easier role to step into. It is a triumph of "History and Science." Hitler is then driven on to his vacation home and eventually to the White House, back to world power, and wondering how the First Lady will enjoy his sexual prowess in a young body. He forbids the use of German to his aides. The President insists on his old identity, but is laughingly...

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