She thought of Papa, back in Copenhagen alone. He would be awake, too. He would be wishing that he could have come, but knowing, too, that he must come and go as always […] Now he would be afraid for them, and watching the clock, waiting for word that the Rosens were safe, that Mama and the girls were here at the farm. (12.14)
Annemarie and her father are in the same boat here. Even though Annemarie is closer to the action and has a better idea of what's going on, both of them are still "waiting for word" about the safety of their loved ones.