Sarah and John are banished from Queen Anne's court; the Churchills return to England when George I becomes king.
As Churchill continues to battle France, devious Robert Harley plots to turn Queen Anne against him.
Churchill leads his troops into Germany and saves Europe by defeating the French at the Battle of Blenheim.
King William III realizes John Churchill is England's only hope of defeating the French; Anne becomes Queen.
John Churchill is accused of Jacobite treachery and imprisoned; Queen Mary dies, leaving William III in power.
King William III and John stop exiled James' invasion of Ireland; Sarah causes friction between royal sisters.
John Churchill supports William of Orange and the Revolution of 1688 when King James II opposes Protestantism.
John Churchill dampens the spirit of England's Protestant rebels by defeating James, Duke of Monmouth, in battle.
King Charles II banishes James and dissolves Parliament; Princess Anne weds Prince George of Denmark.
John Churchill and King Charles II discourage illegitimate James' efforts to become heir to the English throne.
John and Sarah wed; King Charles II arranges a political marriage between Princess Mary and the Protestant Prince of Orange.
Young soldier John Churchill falls in love with attractive lady-in-waiting Sarah Jennings at a masque.