Dr. Klaus Heyde
Born in Oldenburg, Germany to a dying father and aging mother, Klaus Heyde was destined to carry on his father's work. At the age of 9, he joined the "Zweite Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei" -the Second incarnation of the Nazi Party; a reactive party determined to use information gathered through Eugenics to do good in the world and cure disease and disorders without eradicating races from the face of the planet. They reject generic Nazi-ism, and instead wish to utilize the information gathered by the 3rd Reich's medical division for good.
Eugenics still being a major focus of the new medical division, Dr. Heyde was placed in charge of a small team that was tasked with traveling to Chernogorsk to investigate the breakout of a highly contagious virus. The goal was to find out if the virus could be contained and stopped from spreading further. Dr. Heyde was told by his command that there was a group in Chernogorsk named "The Time" that would provide him with equipment and means of creating the serum. Upon entering his new testing zone by watercraft with 5 other members of his team, the infection had already exploded. The situation was grossly underestimated, and the entire area was bombarded with "der schwachkopf" (zeds), killing the 5 other medical staff, and leaving Dr. Heyde stranded without his medical team.