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War and Remembrance Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part II, Midway, Chapters 21 through 23 Summary

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Part II, Midway, Chapters 21 through 23 Summary

There follows another excerpt of the book written by General Armin von Roon. The text was translated by Pug who notes Roon had a good grasp of the interaction of the battles in various parts of the world.

Roon writes that the Germans have picked up a minor ally in the Japanese and a major enemy in the Americans. He notes that Japan entered into a treaty with Russia meaning that Germany's strongest ally—Japan—was at peace with Germany's biggest foe. Roon says if Germany and Japan can quickly defeat the British, Japan can concentrate on America while Germany hits Russia—a plan Roon thinks has a chance. However, Hitler demanded a line of troops near Russia "hold or die," even personally overseeing the battlegrounds. The senseless deaths were demoralizing to the men, Roon says...

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