In 1959, the world was rebuilt, forgetting the Third Reich and its Führer. In De Gaulle’s new France, people are trading, negotiating and exporting. And Solange, a young translator with the look of a modern woman, intends to add her stone to this radiant future by joining the Inter-Ingen company, in the Foreign Operations department. Of course, Solange should not have found her department head so attractive. She should have refused to go with him to negotiate new contracts in Argentina. She would have been better off not going out alone and avoiding that strange restaurant that was full of shady individuals. But could she imagine that this was where Nazi Germany was dreaming of a flamboyant comeback?