Company B is summoned to subdue the protest at the Tuileries Square in Paris, but they decide to fight with the civilians under Oscar's command if a riot breaks out. A child is killed by a soldier of the German Cavalry Regiment, causing violence to erupt throughout the city. The people are armed well, but disorganized, causing them to retreat against the army during the first battle of the French Revolutionary War. The former Company B forces the German Cavalry to retreat without gunshots, but are still distrusted by the revolting civilians. Oscar walks into their crowd weaponless, saying that she would not mind begin shot if her men could be trusted. With the help of Bernard, she gains their trust. When the Allemande Regiment attacks, Company B goes on the offensive, allowing the civilians time to build a barricade around the square. Andre becomes completely blind during this crucial moment. After this battle, Company B is ambushed by another regiment. They lose half their members in the fighting. While trying to return to Tuileries, Andre is shot directly in the heart.