The Winds of War - Part 2, Pamela, Chapters 27 through 38 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Pamela, Chapters 27 through 38 Summary

Victor meets with Roosevelt who promises that he will have his sea command eventually but orders him back to Berlin now and then to London. Roosevelt notes that the British cannot go to the aid of the French because they will need their aircraft to defend themselves against Hitler, but Roosevelt cannot even sell aircraft to the French for fear of impeachment, so heavy is American sentiment against the war. Victor later encounters Talky and Pamela, learns that Pamela is engaged to a man named Teddy Gallard. They attend a party, Pamela says she is thinking of leaving her father's employ though she feels guilty about the prospect, and Talky and Leslie Slote argue the responsibility of Roosevelt to prepare the American people for war. Slote has also argued with Natalie over whether it is her responsibility to go to Siene...

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