Juliana and Tagomi pursue the mysteries of the films and Juliana reunites with an old friend. Childan is anxious to return to San Francisco now that the reprisals have stopped, but a potential new romance makes Ed reluctant to leave. Kido receives intelligence that sets him on a new path. Smith finds himself celebrated by Nazi high society at a screening of Nicole's new film about Thomas.
Did You Know?
Ed briefly discusses the Japanese attitude to homosexuality in the Pacific States compared to the Reich. The Japanese Empire generally saw homosexuality as frivolous, as it did not contribute to having children, which was seen as a patriotic duty for imperialist expansion. While it was discouraged, it was largely tolerated, so long as it was not flaunted. In the Third Reich, homosexuals were actively persecuted, imprisoned, sent to concentration camps and murdered. See more
The future is the Reich and the Reich is the future. Juliana, we can be on the right side of history. You and me.
Written by Joji Hirota, Cheiko Mori, Michael Cozall See more