Talk about former times and history & perfect tense: er hat gesehen / vergessen.
Paul visits Grandpa. And he asks his friends in the group chat about Fritz. But he kept everything as a secret. So they don’t know anything. And they are still angry at Paul. It seems it’s Fritz who has the book. Paul cannot confess to Grandpa that it’s gone because he is the last person Paul still has. Grandpa almost remembers the book, but Paul distracts him by asking him about the past: As a child, Grandpa thought playing war was great, but later not so much, because he only survived the real war by luck. Paul is also looking for Fritz‘s vacation posts on Facebook. With the help of the group, he finds out that Fritz blocked everyone from seeing them – except for Meili. A colleague wrote Fritz has just been promoted. Paul’s friends begin to understand his side a bit better now and he tries to get Meili to find out more. Grandpa almost remembered the book. Can Paul prevent that? Will Meili find out more about Fritz?
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