The Kingsmith clan was a powerful and close-knit one. Old Porteous Kingsmith had had three sons born to his mighty sliver and glass empire. Euan he had kept in London, Alfred had been sent to Berlin, Humphrey to New York. And now at the Berlin Olympics of 1936, the clan was gathering, for tow of them German Kathe and American Wyatt, were representing their countries at the games. It was to be the Kingsmiths' most triumphant hour.