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War and Remembrance Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 56 through 61 Summary

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Chapters 56 through 61 Summary

Byron arrives home two days after his father departs to discover Natalie has been moved to Germany. He drops in on Madeline and finds her just out of bed with Hugh Cleveland. Byron decks him but then mildly apologizes. Janice is aware he is on the way to Honolulu to report for duty and tells Aster he cannot spend time at her house while Byron is in town, and that he cannot let Byron know they are sleeping together.

Hilter's interests lie in the capture of men, as told by another excerpt from Roon's writing. In this case, he is looking to capture Russians and is angry because they are taking only tens of thousands of prisoners rather than hundreds of thousands. Hitler reacts and Roon notes that a fellow officer said the new orders "no longer bore resemblance to military realities." Roon writes that...

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