In 1943, two German P.O.W.s found themselves imprisoned in Kansas. They mistakenly thought their war was over. At the same time, a soft spoken Christian woman and a young pastor would try to stand against the madness of National Socialism within the heart of Berlin. Both groups would find their lives intertwined. Each would face physical dangers and be engaged in a personal spiritual battle. The weapons in this war would be what we now call terrorism, genocide, and human- trafficking, but it would all be fueled by hate. The counter-attack would involve love, faith, hope and the gospel of Christ.