The Winds of War - Chapters 1, 2 and 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 1, 2 and 3 Summary

Victor "Pug" Henry arrives home from the Navy Building worried about his career. He has been given a choice of assignments but feels that he really has no option. The Navy wants to send him to Berlin to seek out information about German Naval capabilities. Victor only wants to command a ship of his own and fears that the assignment will not further his career. As he puts it, when the Navy considers commanders for a ship, the amount of time on the water is a huge factor.

During a visit with Kip Tollever, Kip says that Hitler is "a remarkable man" and that Americans are "too naïve." He goes on to say that the Germans have political ideals that other people do not understand and that the Jewish people have prompted a particular act of violence by murdering a...

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