‘Women At War’ Episode 4: Recap And Ending, Explained: Did Suzanne Manage To Hide Her True Identity?

The third episode of “Women at War” ended with a cliffhanger. While Caroline lost the factory to Charles, Marguerite met Colin again, only to encounter a gruesome battle. In the end, all four ladies are united at the church, but a random stranger arrives at the church, and he claims to be Jeanne’s husband. At the beginning of “Women at War” Episode 4, Suzanne has no choice, and she confronts Jeanne’s husband. He knew about their commute, and Suzanne revealed that Jeanne was dead. Suzanne quickly apologized for her death, but he didn’t say anything. Joseph checked his injuries and informed them that he would find a place for them to stay. Suddenly, he revealed that Jeanne was not his wife. He wanted Suzanne to pretend that she was Jeanne, but at the same time, he prohibited her from asking any questions about his true motives.

Advertisement

On the same night, Lucien and Suzanne sneaked into Lisette’s house, where he searched her corpse to find a map. Suzanne was shocked about the entire situation and demanded an answer from him. Suzanne wanted to know if she had taken the identity of a spy. Things were starting to become more difficult for Suzanne; she tried to escape her past, and now the present could hurt her even more. The next morning, things were changing between Agnes and the German soldier Till. Even though it was completely against her principles, there was a possibility that she was falling in love with him. Their relationship highlights the Florence Nightingale Syndrome. Even though they didn’t communicate much, Agnes and Till fell in love. There was a possibility that they might fall out of love once, Till was treated. The story then moves on to Marguerite; she arrives at Major Joseph’s house for Leon’s funeral and spots Colin. They talked with each other, and Colin was severely upset by Leon’s death. She got back to the brothel, and General Duvernet arrived at the brothel to meet Marguerite.

Duvernet thanked Marguerite for attending the funeral and wanted to know about Leon’s final words. Unfortunately, Leon didn’t speak until they reached the church. Joseph and Suzanne had a strained relationship since they were getting closer day by day. But Charrier’s arrival ruined everything for them, as Joseph now believed that Suzanne was married. Soon, General Duvernet wanted Joseph to visit the brothel since many of their soldiers were suffering from syphilis, and the disease was spreading from the brothel. Joseph commanded the syphilitic ladies to leave the brothel, and Marcel had no choice but to fire them. On the same day, Caroline came back from the church, and her vehicle was soaked in blood. She helped to transport wounded soldiers since they lacked transportation facilities. Soon, it gave her an idea! Caroline decided to use her own trucks to transport wounded soldiers from the battlefield. She didn’t share this idea with anyone and created a layout to provide an idea to General Duvernet. Marguerite arrived at Caroline’s house asking for a job for all the ladies who had been fired from the brothel. But Caroline couldn’t help them at the moment since the entire factory was under Charles’ control.

Advertisement

Marguerite helped her with the appointment, and Caroline managed to convince the General. He allowed Caroline to continue her business, and this way, the factory didn’t stop functioning, and the ladies from the brothel got the chance to earn as well. Caroline came back to the mansion and informed Eleonore that the factory could continue the manufacture of trucks. Eleonore was impressed by Caroline’s idea, but Charles tried to blame her. Charles couldn’t accept his defeat and somehow wanted to stop Caroline’s business. Caroline and Marguerite started working together, and they trained the ex-prostitutes to drive the trucks. Caroline and Marguerite grew closer to each other, and their bond improved. They shared their secrets, and Marguerite revealed that she had met Colin. Marguerite never intended to share her identity since she never wanted to hurt Colin. Marguerite was too young when she gave birth to Colin, so she had no choice but to leave him on someone else’s doorstep. Back at the church, Suzanne found out that Till was able to speak. Agnes tried to stop her, but she decided to complain to the medical officer. Agnes had no choice but to threaten Suzanne with revealing her real identity. So, the duo agreed to keep their secrets away from other people. On the same night, Lucien lost consciousness since the bullet fragments on his head were hurting his vision.

The next morning, Lucien forced Suzanne to leave with him, and he needed a co-pilot for his airplane. At first, Suzanne disagreed, but Lucien threatened her at gunpoint. Marguerite and the other women had arrived at the quarters and found more wounded men. They fought with the German soldiers, and a sudden bombing caused Colin to lose consciousness. Caroline was about to leave the church, and General Duvernet stopped her. He told her that Dewitt had lost his life as German soldiers bombed his camp. Marguerite came back to the camp and found more soldiers in the quarters. Luckily, Colin woke up, and he was fine. She embraced Colin and told him to be careful. But Colin told Marguerite that she was a lucky charm for him since her presence saved him from dangerous situations. Lucien and Suzanne came back to the German quarters, and he handed over the map to the General. But the French army had been changing their plans, and the General wanted Lucien to get all the information. The fourth episode of “Women at War” had an ambiguous ending, as things were about to become more difficult for Mother Agnes. Till and Agnes confessed their true feelings and ended up sleeping with each other. But someone saw them that night, and the episode ended with that cliffhanger.

Advertisement

Raschi Acharya
Raschi Acharya
Raschi Acharya is a Mass Media graduate and she is currently working and living in Mumbai. From a very young age, Raschi was heavily interested in reading and writing. She prefers to write everything that her mind nurtures her to do as shaping up her imagination is her forte!

Latest articles