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War and Remembrance Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Pearl Harbor

The famed port where the Japanese attack occurred and where Victor Henry reports to take over command of the U.S.S. Northhampton.

Stalag

A German prison camp that consists only of acres of open air, encased by barbed wire. There are no barracks, no order and scant food and water. The dead are simply piled up and burned. Berel Jastow is held for a period of time at this camp and it is here that he witnesses cannibalism among the prisoners.

The Devilfish

The submarine that Byron serves on.

Singapore

Where Pamela Tudsbury meets with Phillip Rule. Pam is appalled by the place and it is Phillip who says he has been told Singapore is a place of "drinks, Chinks and stinks."

Sienna

The Italian town where Aaron Jastrow owns a home and where he and Natalie are detained as the Germans seek to exchange...

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