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The Winds of War Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 12 through 17 Summary

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Chapters 12 through 17 Summary

Victor notes that there is a vast difference between Europe and America with regard to what is known about Hitler and the war, even among Naval officials. He is in the Army and Naval Club having breakfast when he receives a phone call from Captain Russell Carton, Roosevelt's naval aide, informing Victor that he is to see the President at noon. Victor dresses carefully and waits for his ride, wondering about the situation which includes no debriefing before the meeting.

Victor then learns of Madeline's job and goes to visit her. Hugh Cleveland asks him to be on the show but he absolutely declines. He then visits an old friend, Digger Brown, aboard a battleship, learns of new radio technology that could patch him through to Rhoda in Berlin, and learns that though it is two in the morning there, Rhoda does not answer. While...

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