Characters

Zeitzler

Zeitzler
Name: Zeitzler
Born: Berlin
Height: 6' 1"
Unit of origin: Leibstandarte SS
Rank: SS-Sturmbannführer (Major)
Medals: Iron Cross (1st Class)
Campaigns: Poland 1939---Holland 1940---France 1940

Following the bombing of the British mainland, during the Battle of Britain, with modified anthrax/rabies ordnance, a plan is made to raid the south of the country. The man to lead this suicidal task ("Mission Reich") is SS Major Zeitzler - an officer fallen from grace due to his persistence in killing prisoners of war. Together with around 50 men, these disowned warriors are sent to destroy the radar installations - which are causing the heavy German losses - so paving the way for the invasion of Great Britain.

Decades later, Zeitzler and some of his unit awaken in a secret British bunker...

Morgana

Morgana
Name: Morgana
Born: Berlin
Height: 5' 6"
Unit of origin: SD (Intelligence)
Rank: Unknown
Medals: -
Campaigns: -

Extra Note: Morgana was placed in Zeitzler's punishment unit for stabbing and killing a male officer who was attempting to force himself on her.

Morgana stabbed him 27 times...

Gert

Gert
Name: Gert
Born: Vienna
Height: 6' 1"
Unit of origin: SS-Regiment Der Führer 
Rank: SS-Unterscharführer (Sergeant)
Medals: Iron Cross (1st Class)
Campaigns: Holland 1940---France 1940

Extra Note: Sergeant Gert won his medal by storming a bunker single-handed and then shooting down those who tried to surrender. Gert is a ferocious fighter and Zeitzler chose him to help lead the raid on Britain because of this quality.

Mahler

Mahler
Name: Mahler
Born: Berlin
Height: 6' 1"
Unit of origin: Totenkopf  Division
Rank: SS-Oberschütze (Private 1st Class)
Medals: Iron Cross (2nd Class)
Campaigns: Poland 1939---Belgium 1940---Luxembourg 1940---France 1940

Extra Note: Mahler was awarded his medal by capturing a French machine-gun post and taking 3 prisoners (who promptly went missing). Mahler is an unpleasant character (even by SS standards). Wearing his malevolent grin, his favourite tactic is to deliberately wound an enemy with his sub-machine-gun before wiping him out with an axe or other edged weapon.

The Totenkopf commander, Theodor Eicke, once said: 'Hardness saves bitterness, it saves shame, it saves worry, it saves sorrow...' and Mahler has this tattooed on the inside of his right forearm.