Continental Army Officers discuss the dire situation of the Revolution. They plan to keep General Cornwallis in the south to prevent him from taking over Washington until the promised French reinforcements arrive in six months, at the earliest. The French reinforcements are vowed for by a French Officer.
King Faisal and T.E. Lawrence present the Arab view at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919. Faisal reminds the Allied Powers that the Arabs were promised a state of their own and fought alongside the allies for that purpose. The secret Sykes-Picot treaty had already carved up the lands Faisal was hoping to unite between the French and British, and he asks the Allied Powers to keep their word.