WWII - Last Stages I'm looking at it from a lot of people's perspectives. Mainly, America (Truman and Eisenhower ). I'm going to introduce the British, have already introduced the Soviets (Stalin and Beria at present), Germans ( Hitler and Rundstedt at present), Japan ( Commander Ning and I've left the Premier unnamed), and theres the side story of the Manhattan project, I'm currently writing about the Trinity explosion, have set up for a chapter on Pearl Harbor, and am looking to insert one on the meeting between American and British forces. There are also a series of personal conversations between Eisenhower and a fictional lady friend who's a famous columnist at the Times. So, as you can see, quite a few characters so far. I'm trying to make this dialog based, with some action (Trinity and Pearl H so far) and bing out the characters through the way they talk, I've tried changing the subtle inflections in speech so you can make out the difference between Germans, Russians and Americans. I've also put research into parts which I felt deserved it, The Manhattan Project, as well as Pearl Harbor and the Trinity Explosion. My question is, the line I seem to be taking is each Scene is a significant part of the War, but not necessarily action. Any ideas for Chapters, parts of the war that should have their own Chapter? Thanks.