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1,945 marked the end of a grueling world war and saw the Allies triumph over the Axis powers at the cost of millions of lives. The downfall of the Nazi regime wouldn't change that, but one man believed could; Albert Einstein.
Einstein's brilliant work in the field of physics eventually led him to create the world's first nuclear bombs which, regrettably, resulted in the deaths of thousands. But his work also led to the birth of Quantum Physics and the ability to manipulate a tear in the fabric of space and time, effectively inventing time-travel. After many years of research and experimentation, Einstein finally built a time machine which he named the ChronoSphere and put into motion a plan he hid from his superiors.
Einstein executed the final phases of the ChronoSphere in 1,949 and sent himself back in time to Landsberg, Germany 1,924; the only confirmed account of Hitler's whereabouts before his rise to power. With a single handshake, the Fuhrer-to-be inexplicably vanished from the timeline and Einstein was returned to the present. However, in devising an alternate reality, Einstein had unwittingly created an even more ruthless dictator in Joseph Stalin, leader of the Soviet Union. With Nazi Germany out of the way, Stalin was free to conquer nearly all of Europe, igniting "The Great World War II." Now embroiled in a more devastating war than Einstein could have imagined, it's up the the Allied forces to take back Europe from the Soviet Union and prevent the rise of a tyrant hellbent on global conquest.