The Chronosphere (original device) was part of Einstein's test before the Philadelphia Experiment to erase German dictator, Adolf Hitler from time. Believing this would stop the rise of an aggressive Germany and ensure that World War II never happened. The 1924 experiment was very successful where the Soviets, under Josef Stalin had grown powerful due to a stock market crash in 1929 and was an domiant political force in the European theatre with aggressive expansion ideas. The Soviets expansion ideals were strenthened after a invasion of Asia by Gradenko that had successfully brought him to help Stalin's domination plans roar to life. The Soviet rapidly turned their full attention to Europe pushing far into Germany in an invasion that started a completely new world war 2. Soviet forces were originally very successful in the invasion of Europe due to their overwhelming military strenght and a lack of coordinated defense from the suprised European countries.
Great World War II
Albert Einstein contacted a famed Allied Commander (Red Alert 1) that he has access to a stronger and new Chronosphere that later was used in the Second World War against Stalin in the 1950s. The original device was transformed into a Chronosphere (Red Alert 1) to later be used under the orders of both Einstein and Gunther Von Esling.