Gandhi emphasizes non-violence regardless of the mass majority's inclination toward murder and bloodshed for their independence from Britain. "An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind."
Gandhi gives a speech in which he advocates for non-violent opposition to an unjust law. He acknowledges that there will be consequences for not abiding by the law, but he urges his fellow residents to not give the British their obedience and to do so peacefully.
Witnesses to the Treaty of Versailles, including Arnold Toynbee and the German representative to the peace talks, discuss the harsh terms of the Treaty and the consequences it will have for Germany and Europe in future years. They mention that the Treaty will bankrupt Germany and severely impair its ability to conduct reparations in the aftermath of the war. German representatives are also outraged that the Treaty requires Germany to accept blame for the war.
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.