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The Winds of War Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, All Chapters Summary

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Part 3, All Chapters Summary

Roon defends a major military move that most Germans criticize—the opening of a second front when England was "hanging on the ropes." Victor suggests that Roon may have had a hand in the planning of that offensive.

In Russia, Slote discovers that—again—the Germans are attacking the city where he happens to be stationed. Meanwhile, Berel Jastrow's wife and daughter have died and Berel is living in a cramped space in Russia, having fled there with what remains of his family. Berel's son wants to flee from the Germans moving their way but Berel opts to wait on the chance that the Russians will repel the attack. In Italy, Natalie has seen a doctor who tells her the spots of blood she has passed could be nothing, but that she should rest, and so she does while waiting...

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