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War and Remembrance Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 82 through 88 Summary

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Chapters 82 through 88 Summary

Roon writes about Normandy and other battles. He says that, had Hitler agreed to end the war, the Germans would have been forced to "kneel down" but would have avoided a series of bombing. He notes that Hitler "degenerates" into a monster, but Victor Henry asserts Hitler was always a monster. The remainder of his writing in this section is dedicated to his views on the war, Hitler and Hitler's determination to blame someone else for the army's failures.

Pam runs into Leslie Slote in England and Slote says Pug is also in England. She tracks down Pug and invites him to dinner with herself and Duncan. Pug agrees though he determines he will not ask Pam to marry him again, giving her no second chance to reject him. Pug has been promoted to admiral and he tells Pam the news—that Byron has...

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