Juliana discovers she's far from safe from the Resistance in the Reich. Smith confronts the reality of the lengths he's willing to go to in order to protect his son. And another father - Joe's - tries to persuade him to give Berlin a chance. Frank also has a decision to make: how far is he prepared to go to help the Resistance cause?
Did You Know?
Minister Tagomi sends General Onoda photographs of the effects of the atomic bomb in Washington: ruined buildings and radiation burns. These are actually pictures of the real destruction in Hiroshima, with some modifications. See more
the world map in obergruppenfuehrer's office shows brasilia as the capital of what remains of basil. planning and construction of brasil's new capital did not begin until 1956. doubt this would have taken place given the outcome of the war and the partition of brasil in this timeline. there would have been no brasilia and the capital would have remained rio de janeiro. See more
Someone once told me it takes a lot of effort not to be free. I kept my head down for so long I forgot what it feels like to stand up.
Written by Richard Rodgers
and Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Jeanette Olsson See more