Indy is in Paris working as a translator during the peace conference following the end of the Great War. He meets up with T.E. Lawrence once more but finds his ideals have changed a lot since the start of the war.
Did You Know?
In 1999 Lucasfilm announced this episode to be the second half of "The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones Chapter 19 "The Winds of Change", along with an unreleased episode originally called 'Princeton, August 1919', parts of which were used as the bookend in the The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Travels with Father
(1996) TV movie. Chapter 19 was released on VHS in 1999 and aired on the History International cable channel in 2007. It will be included in the DVD box set. See more
When Woodrow Wilson announces the League of Nations, Indy hair is parted on the wrong side, because all of his reaction shots are flipped. More noticeably, this happens again in one shot when he helps the German delegate retrieve his suitcase later on in the episode. See more
Arnold, Henry, have you heard? The German delegation is arriving
Well what in the worlds taken them so long?
A classic piece of French diplomacy. They stopped them at the border, then they took them on a long slow train journey through the worst parts of the battlefields. The ruin, destruction they made them look at all of them.