War Brides - Chapters 12 - 25 Summary & Analysis

Helen Bryan
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Chapter 12

It is February, 1941. Admiral Tudor Falconleigh, father of Frances, goes over intelligence reports about German bombing raids. Falconleigh hopes that Prime Minister Winston Churchill will reorganize and reform the Regular Army for the invasion that everyone believes is coming, but Churchill has devoted time and resources to special operations, instead. Falconleigh wishes he could handle his daughter as easily as he could handle the war effort. He hopes she will marry into the de Balforts. Frances comes to speak to her father about her working for an organization at home or behind enemy lines, to disrupt the German war effort. She has received a letter from a man named Colin Gubbins, a friend of Falconleigh’s, asking about her interest in such a matter. Falconleigh forbids it; Frances wants very much to participate. She says she is twenty, and old enough for...

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