Synopsis by Janiss Garza
This seven-reel propaganda picture was released just when World War I was ending, which rendered its grim view of the Prussians virtually useless. Conrad Le Brett (Creighton Hale) and his sister Vilma (Florence Billings) live in the Alsace. Lieutenant Ober, a Prussian officer (Earl Schenck), has his eye on Vilma. Conrad is called up to serve when war breaks out and is wounded in Belgium. He is nursed back to health in the hospital where Edith Cavell (Margaret McWade) is serving as matron. Edith is shot as a spy; meanwhile, Ober receives an edict that all widows and unmarried German women must submit to soldiers to repopulate the nation. He takes this to heart and goes after Vilma. Conrad finds his sister near death and vows revenge. He goes to America, which enters the war, and he proves that the people of the Alsace are allies, not foes. As a result he is allowed to enlist, and back in Europe he goes after Ober. With Ober dead and the Allies victorious, Conrad returns to America, his adopted home.