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World War Z Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

Max Brooks
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Chapter 6 Summary

Allen Forbes, a writer and storyteller, is speaking with the narrator at the site of Kost, a fourteenth century castle, in the Province of Bohemia, The European Union. Castles were vital during World War Z, with their excellent defenses. Forbes was at Windsor during the war, a castle designed for war with its own well, farmlands, and security technologies, as well as siphoning oil and gas from beneath the castle. The Queen would not leave, stating that nobility means to serve others. Like the castles, royalty became shields: the castles for the body, and the royal family for the soul.

At the Ulithi Atol, in the Federated States of Micronesia, Barati Palshigar is speaking with the narrator at a vast coral reef used to shelter hundreds during the war. Palshigar was one of the first broadcasters for Radio Free Earth, which served as a weapon against the...

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