In one of those cosmopolitan boarding houses that exist only in New York lived, among others, two staunch friends of different nationalities, Paul Cardoza, an Italian, and Emil Vorstman, an Austrian. Both were struggling upward to success, and both had forgotten old animosities in their allegiance to a country that offered them freely great opportunities. Nina Antinni, the prettiest girl in the establishment, was the object of their devotion, and Nina, although an Italian by birth, hesitated to make a choice between the blond-haired Austrian and her dark-complexioned fellow countryman. And so the romance resolved itself into a trinity of friendship. The war broke out and all was changed. One by one the cosmopolitans were called back to their respective countries. Emil Vorstman answered the call first, and then Italy, throwing her challenge to Austria, claimed Paul Cardoza. Before sailing Emil had placed his fate in the hands of Nina, but blood being, after all, stronger than water, ...
Moving Picture World synopsis
A compelling visualization, bordering on spectacle, of battle horror and human problems With the battle fields as a back ground (Print Ad- Jeanette News, ((Jeanette, Penna.)) 23 March 1917)