Comic 186 - Chapter 6, page 21
20th Apr 2020, 10:34 AM in Step Forward or Go Back
Chapter 6, page 21
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Tantz Aerine
Andreas isn’t happy with Fotis being there for the people’s court and subsequent sentencing, apparently. But the generals think he’s earned the right to be there, apparently.

Or is it a lesson they want to make out of this all?

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Candralar edit delete reply
It's hard to know what kind of an effect seeing this execution will have on Fotis. He's been through and seen so much - there was an earlier chapter where the Nazis lined people up and had them killed, he's been tortured, he's seen gun battles where people were killed - so from that perspective this could be becoming just a routine part of his life. This situation might be more difficult for him from the standpoint that it is going to be his own people ordering the execution of one of their own, and I would imagine it would be difficult for him to see Greeks killing Greeks. He may also learn something about the incredibly hard decisions wartime leaders have to make if he hopes to continue rising through the ranks of the Greek Resistance.
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Tantz Aerine
Very thoughtful comment. And you're very right. This is different from everything he's seen, which is too much already. In a sense, he's seen Greeks killing Greeks, by betraying them to the occupier. But this is a lot more direct, and the context is different.