Otto was born a bastard child to a single mother at the start of The Great War in Eastern Germany. In the 1920s the pair returns to Munich to work as indentured servants for none other than her father in his hallowed beer hall, which rose to be headquarters for the growing Nazi Party. It is there she meets a young industrialist member who falls in love with her charm, wit and child – the origin of whom is still unknown. The two soon marry and Otto is adopted into this affluent loyal Nazi family. By 1934, Otto has risen to the rank of Deputy Minister for the Ministry of Propaganda and Public Enlightenment. However, when his estranged aunt and uncle from years past threaten to expose a dangerous family secret, he must quickly decide where his loyalties lie before it is too late. If he is to retain his position and the life he has grown accustomed to, he will need to do anything necessary.