Title card reads "Germany" with United Press logo in the background. There is no sound until 10:18:57:00. Two men are seated at a white clothed table in a banquet hotel room. There are shots of press in the audience and the men at the table are lit with lights and camera. The two men are G. David Schine, a key figure of the Army-McCarthy Hearings of 1954 and the chief consultant to the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. The other man is Roy Cohn, an American attorney who became famous during Senator Joseph McCarthy's investigations into Communist activity in the United States during the Second Red Scare. In a two shot of the two men seated, David Schine speaks first, and states that they are in Germany to see who can contribute more facts and information to help win the Cold War and preserve American ideals. Next in a medium close-up, Roy Cohn speaks in a stern tone and states that the war will be won with the truth and therefore no communist books or materials should be distributed. He dictates more anti-Communist banter about the mental enslavement of communism in the Soviet Union. He says that communist states are lying about American ideals and giving a false picture of American life. He wants non-communist countries to see past communist lies so that they will be allowed to see a broad and reflective view of America.