Kessler keeps a low profile by visiting London, whilst mysteriously transferring a fortune from Zurich. The German police and British secret service keep tabs on his movements. Meanwhile, Mical Rak seeks vengeance independently.
As the authorities move a little closer, eavesdropping from a van outside his London hotel, the ex-Nazis decide to move Dorff. Mical Rak recovers from her interrogation and is encouraged by Bauer to fly home to Tel Aviv.
Kessler and his daughter arrive in Paraguay, unaware that Mical Rak and Bauer are close behind. On meeting up with his WW2 colleagues, Kessler sets up a mountain rendezvous with their leader, while his daughter has secret plans of her own.
As Rak and Bauer become a nuisance to Kessler, his daughter and the Kameraden, measures are taken to deal with them. Meanwhile, Kessler falls out with Ruckert and the Kameraden move headquarters to elsewhere in Paraguay.