Person on Tape: [voice on tape] Good afternoon, Mr. Briggs. The man you're looking at is Dr. Herbert Raynor, a dedicated official in Hitler's National Socialist Party. For the last 20 years, he's been in Spandau Prison outside of Berlin. On Tuesday of next week, Dr. Raynor finishes his sentence, and with his daughter flies immediately to Porta Ubera in South America, thanks to the generosity of an anonymous benefactor who has sent him a round-trip ticket. Our informants tell us other of Hitler's top Nazis are also at this moment on their way to Porta Ubera. Whoever is bringing them together seems to be well financed and determined to sow the seeds of Nazism across the world again. Your mission, Dan, should you decide to accept it, is to put these Nazis out of business. As always, should you or any of your IM Force be caught or killed, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions. This tape will self-destruct in 10 seconds. Good luck, Dan.
Frederick Rudd: I had to do it. Don't you understand? The truth is, right from the beginning it's been me. I wrote the manifesto, I was the voice you heard! I planned it all, every detail. All my life I dreamed of this and that's the reason why it needn't end here! Nothing has to change. Only from now on, I'll give you the orders directly and we can still achieve our goals. Give me a chance to prove it. Let me be your Fuhrer!... Let me be your Fuhrer!... Let me be your Fuhrer!... Let me be your Fuhrer!...
Daniel Briggs: Here Rudd? Herr Bohrman looked so well this afternoon. Will there be any chance to see him once again before we go?
General von Cramm: Ja. We are leaving in the morning.
Frederick Rudd: Why not? Perhaps before I give you your assignments. Give me a minute to prepare him. I will call down when he's ready to...
Rollin Hand: That will not be necessary, Friedrich. I will receive them now.