Name: Konstantin Lindemann
Rank (For me, obviously): Panzerobergrenadier (Basically, corporal)
Weapons (If any):
Kar98k(Four spare ammunition clips)
Bayonet (To go with the Kar98)
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
Born in Leipzig to a Great War artillery officer and his wife, a baker, Konstantin was named after his father, and his father's father, and his father's father's father. He had three other siblings, two sister and a brother. His sisters were both older than he was, and his brother, Lothar, was born in 1936. His family lived in relative peace, and still stayed somewhat afloat during the Great Depression. They were never really a political family, with Hitler have a lukewarm reception with them. Konstantin was put into the Hitler Youth, in which he rather enjoyed, and enlisted in the Wehrmacht in '39.
He arrived a week into Fall Weiss, assigned to the 45th Infantry Division (Later reformed into the 45th Panzergrenader Division-Weltreich
) where he fought with Polish forces to the end. Later, he was assigned to the Netherlands, Belgium, and France. He served in the occupation force of France until Unternehmen Barbarossa where his division was reformed and sent towards Moscow. The friends he didn't lose to the Russians, he lost to the cold. Soon, all he had left was Reinhardt Streithorst, whom he had served with since basic training.
After they lost Moscow, and started on the gruelling retreat back, he had lost all hope in a German victory. Men in his platoon were quickly replaced by fresh-faced boys, and he became grim. However, when the elite elements of his company were handpicked for a 'Mission that will save the Reich' he just couldn't refuse.
And so, Konstantin Lindemann signed the book of history, and his name would be eternally sketched there.