The Tin Princess - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Baron Godel, head of the Royal Household, informs Jim that he is not a part of the staff of the Royal Household. He is in the private employment of the Prince. Jim feels obliged to help the Prince for Adelaide's sake.

He goes out to walk around the city. He needs to learn his way around and to make contact. Jim goes to a bar and sits and listens to the discussions. Students are discussing the Royal Family and politics. Jim meets a student named Karl von Gaisberg who tells him that most of the students are pro-German. From Gaisberg, Jim learns that there was an elder brother, Prince Leopold, who died under mysterious circumstances many years ago. There was apparently a cover up.

When one of the students calls Adelaide an English whore, Jim becomes involved in the discussion. He has words...

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