Prior to the great war, scholars often studied the ways of old to determine the best course of strategy, it was from one young military scientist that the Nazi origins originated.
Albert Zweistein, A German American citizen used his vast knowledge of cybernetics to create humanoid replica’s of leaders of old. From the previous american presidents to, all leaders who had ever posed a threat to america.
While his project was eventually terminated by the government, Albert continued his studies under the front of The National War Museum, using his prototypes from the military project as attractions.
“Learn the art of war from the worlds greatest generals and leaders!” was their impromptu slogan. yet it was effective, the Museum was a big hit in the years prior to the great war, and was often visited by military generals seeking insight into the potential tactics of the enemy.
Of course in order to keep complete control of his creations Albert installed safeguards each robot to keep it from harming humans or other robots.
When the bombs fell, Albert Zweistein with many others sought shelter in the one of the many imitation war bunkers within the Museum, stocked with provisions in-order to sustain a small population for 50 years.
The bombs has a unique effect on the prototype cyborgs above, through the combination of the EMP blast, and radiation interacting with the artificial brain of the cyborgs, their safeguards were reset and a miniature war broke out on the surface. Factions aligned and fought for superiority.
of these factions one came out on top, lead by one man who in history was known as one of the most cunning and charismatic political leaders of all time.
Der Führer Adolf Hitler.
Adolf, used his charismatic means to align the more powerful of the factions to his cause, using them as tools to wipe out the other factions one by one. then slowly alienated group by group until the only faction to survive was his own.
Adolf set the Museum as his new base of operations, using the ingenious minds of replicated scientific minds, Adolf adapted the tech of Albert Zweistein, manage the slow painful process of rebuilding his army.
A process that would have taken hundreds of years if not for the sudden appearance of the hundreds of humans emerging from the bunkers below.
Some bunkers provided better protection against the radiation then others. A population of Ghouls and Humans emerged into the hands of a handful of well equipped cyborgs. Facing starvation and death, Adolf started a recruitment process, selecting the best stock for breeding, and keeping those of note as scientific officers, and the remaining stock as slaves.
Over the next 23 years Adolf, with the aid of Albert Zweistein worked to recreate the the facilities of the Museum, Adolf had an obsession with perfecting the process so that a new order of perfect soldiers would one day control the world and shape the sands of the wasteland into a world worthy of them.