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This is a list of the different intel profiles in Sniper Elite 4.

This list is currently a work-in-progress, and will be completed as soon as possible.

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Germans[]

Infantry:[]

San Celini Island:[]

  • Arnulf Sorge. Conscripted 1935.
  • Raimund Fenstermacher. Terrifed of being captured by the Allies.
  • Alfred Höss. Veteran of Tobruk.
  • Thaddäus Berger. Killed a US soldier who was surrendering.
  • Christian Graner. Comes from Marisfeld.
  • Johannes Lieber. Can't sleep.
  • Klemens Macher. Misses his native Essen.
  • Michael Braun. Has a brother in the Kriegsmarine.
  • Ambros Haas. Married to Karolin. Father to two sons.
  • Lucas Hauer. Worries about his brother.
  • Edmund Hartig. Set fire to a town.
  • Berti Hasenkamp. Secretly loves American jazz.
  • Ewald Amsel. Regularly steals chocolate from his best friend Wolfram Wasser.
  • Wolfram Wasser. Wonders who's stealing his supply of chocolates. Has sworn to kill them.
  • Heiner Storl. Conscripted 1942.
  • Magnus Sommer. Worked in an abbatoir.
  • Hugo Wasser. Conscripted 1941.
  • Hinrich Ziegler. Thinks General Böhm might actually be the devil.
  • Kurt Stirner. Inexplicably terrified of chickens.
  • Günther Dürr. Shot a farmer in the head when he wouldn't leave the island.
  • Gotthard Bohlen. Likes to machine gun people.
  • Dietrich Keller. Wants to be a newspaper cartoonist.
  • Conrad Rettig. Veteran of Ukraine.
  • Heinz Muff. Has pleurisy.
  • Helmut Schulte. Was training to become a magician's assistant.
  • Julius Fuchs. Worked in a shoe shop.
  • Stephan König. Has eyesight problems.
  • Hugo Voigt. Has a nasty cough.
  • Mathias Busch. Dreams of owning a car.
  • Erhard Plank. Former mountaineer. Member of Snakeroot squad.
  • Sigfried Hüber. Veteran of France. Member of Snakeroot squad.
  • Konrad Brandt. Survived a car crash.
  • Engelbert Autenberg. Conscripted 1935.
  • Gabriel Huffman. Conscripted 1935.
  • Lorenz Pohl. Would love to grow a beard.
  • Engelbert Löwe. Violinist from Leipzig.
  • Josef Krause. Never been outside his native Quedlinburg.
  • Heribert Kiesewetter. Javelin-thrower in the Berlin olympics.
  • Lothar Hauer. Worries about his brother.
  • Otto Hochmeister. Thinks he killed two people with one bullet. Very proud.
  • Detlev Möller. Thinks bombing civilians is wrong.
  • Franz Engel. Thinks he accidentally shot an Italian soldier.
  • Fedor Gott. Eighteen years old.
  • Claus Kempf. Veteran of France.
  • Martiz Bauer. Sister was killed in RAF bombing raid on Frankfurt.
  • Gerd Bäcker. Conscripted 1938.
  • Rainer Mayer. Once got his arm trapped in a revolving door.
  • Knut Steffen. Other members of the squad complain that he smells.
  • Oswald Markwardt. Hates his mother.
  • Thorsten Schuster. Anatomy student.
  • Jörg Ostler. Son of the famous Kriegsmarine Admiral.
  • Marwin Petzold. Misses his Mummy.
  • Ruprecht Taube. Thinks he's psychic.
  • Hänschen Lehmann. Stood on a landmine but it didn't explode.
  • Leopold Bachmeier. Convinced he's going to die here.
  • Maximillian Vogel. Was training to be a clerk.
  • Severin Niephaus. Professional soldier since 1938.
  • Oscar Uffermann. Wants to be a paratrooper.
  • Viktor Beyer. Certain the Germans will win.
  • Vinzenz Krukenberg. Keeps getting into brawls.
  • Richard Hahn. Misses the farm.
  • Volkhardt Weiß. Used to be a choir boy.
  • Holger Bernat. His older brother has been assigned to protect an important dignitary in Giovi Fiorini.
  • Kaspar Wegscheider. Misses his motorcycle.
  • Max Kistler. Brother interned in Berlin for subversive activity.
  • Eugen Boehler. Tram driver from Düsseldorf.
  • Erich Busemann. Conscripted 1937.
  • Franz Zorg. Reprimanded for stealing food to send to his sister.
  • Christian Baumbach. Secretly writes poetry.
  • Poldi Knopp. Twenty. Comes from Schulau in northern Germany.
  • Gunter Dittrich. Writing a screenplay about his wartime experiences.
  • Gottfried Seidel. Saw the King on a trip to London.
  • Dirk Vogt. Terrible memory.
  • Alfred Kahler. Just turned nineteen. Member of Snakeroot squad.
  • Wolfram Boettcher. Professional soldier since 1932.
  • Rainer Klein. Former Hitler Youth member.
  • Gottfried Kruckel. Poker player. Member of Snakeroot squad.
  • Stefan Unruh. Suffers from piles. Member of Snakeroot squad.
  • Philipp Larenz. Wanted to be a Luftwaffe mechanic. Member of Snakeroot squad.

Bitanti Village:[]

  • Dolf Kalbfleisch. Torched a church suspected of harboring Partisans.
  • Carsten Hahn. Considered to be a loner by his fellow soldiers.
  • Franz Pawlitzki. Sergeant. Professional soldier since 1932.
  • Erik Fertig. Ambitious to move up the ranks. Has put in a transfer request to Berlin.
  • Ewald Fux. Nervy, Goethe-loving former university student. Killed a Partisan, more by accident than design.
  • Axel Kraus. Youngest surviving of four brothers from Saxony.
  • Carsten Martz. Former Hitler Youth member, vociferous supporter of the Führer and his creed. Bed-wetter.
  • Eugen Maus. Agricultural worker from Döbeln in Saxony. Volunteered for firing squad duty.
  • Walther Hertz. Formerly a clerk in Dortmund. Keeps a tatty copy of Mein Kampf on him at all times.
  • Torsten Egger. Famous downhill skier before he was conscripted.
  • Hildebrand Huber. Artilleryman. Proufoundly deaf.
  • Christoph Schuster. Conscripted 1942.
  • Dierk Färber. Watched his best friend die from a stomach wound.
  • Dolf Schneider. Terrified of being wounded and left to die.
  • Fedor Gottschalk. Thinks his friend Paul is going to be the death of him.
  • Paul Raskoph. Always thinking of 'Get Rich Quick' schemes.
  • Helmut Aust. Professional soldier since 1931. Fought the BEF in France in 1940.
  • Arnulf Keller. Worries his child will be orphaned.
  • Elmar Krüger. Secretly thinks Stalin's moustache is superior to the Führer's.
  • Elmar Shriver. Infantry. Professional soldier. Trained Nationalist troops in Spain during the Civil War.
  • Falco Brandt. Conscripted in 1939.
  • Fabian König. Wanted to be a professional footballer.
  • Dieter Meier. Thinks the Allies are going to invade Sardinia and Greece.
  • Norbert Hoch. Nineteen-year old from Rothenhausen. Conscripted in 1942.
  • Willy Rademacher. Professional soldier. Veteran of Tobruk.
  • Bruno Hobich. Joined the army in 1936 to see the world. Veteran of the North Africa campaign.
  • Friedhelm Tresler. Professional soldier since 1930.
  • Arno Fromm. Nineteen years old. Joined the army to escape his bullying father.
  • Conrad Kappel. Thinks Italy is about to descend into civil war.
  • Emil Schlusser. Former barber.
  • Gottlieb Pohl. Has trouble breathing.
  • Berthold Schulz. Dentist in his native Berlin. Implicated in the torture of numerous Partisan prisoners.
  • Bernd Simmon. Infantry. Professional soldier. Rumour has it he strangled to death a suspected Partisan courier.
  • Dietrich Jund. History of violence before joining the army, implicated in the murder of a former girlfriend.
  • Egon Fischer. Wish he'd listened to his mother.
  • Anselm Grosser. Known as 'Shifty' Grosser to his fellow soldiers.
  • Otto Schlimme. Considered a little dim by his fellow soldiers.
  • Clemens Ackermann. Conscript. Captured numerous G.I's in Kasserine.
  • Bernd Zimmerman. Son of a watchmaker.
  • Albrecht Bauer. Suffers from perennial toothache.
  • Clemens Klein. Known for his heroism.
  • Elias Schmitt. Picked up the BBC on his radio.

Regilino Viaduct:[]

  • Gottfried Sonen. Private from Rostock. His mother sends him pickled herring. Wonders why other soldiers avoid him.
  • Arnold Reinmann. Accidentally shot a cat.
  • Jan Schneer. Conscripted in 1935.
  • Bruno Haas. Terrified of drowning.
  • Kuddel Stein. Was training to be a jockey.
  • Emory Keller. Never takes prisoners.
  • Viktor Maas: Conscripted in 1939.
  • Erno Fischer. Enlisted in 1941.
  • Heiner Brandt. Formerly a fisherman from the port town of Binz. Illiterate.
  • Adel Bodmer. Sings German traditional songs.
  • Golo Xylander. Conscripted 1935. Hands shake except when in combat.
  • Joseph Streckenbach. Plays the tuba.
  • Axel Richter. Wanted to be a doctor.
  • Tavin Hoffmann. Can speak impeccable English.
  • Heinz Plank. Formerly a spot-welder, conscripted in 1935.
  • Gernot Kalb. Army cook. Once used his meat cleaver to perform an amputation during the middle of a battle.
  • Detlev Voigt. Very religious.
  • Jürgen Brose. Conscript. Cheese-maker from Saalfeld.
  • Rainer Dietrich. Distant relation of Marlene.
  • Wolfhard Quattlebaum. Professional soldier since 1937.
  • Wilhelm Giese. Has a brother stationed on Kyros.
  • Wolfgang Kuhn. Loves cats.
  • Rainer Schörner. Conscripted 1938.
  • Emery Bauer. Brutal killer.
  • Theo Pohl. Worried about the rash on his leg.
  • Herman Heisig. Veteran of France.
  • Brock Schuster. Son of a cobbler.
  • Ignaz Wirner. Professional soldier since 1933.
  • Jürgen Honigsmann. Opera buff.
  • Fritz Kohl. Cries for his 'Mamma' in his sleep.
  • Ingemar Voll. Professional soldier since 1933.
  • Bert Stahl. Used to work in a department store.
  • Gregor Rettig. Joined the army in 1932. Father shot for cowardice in the Somme. Trying to rehabilitate the family name.
  • Erik Heineken. Veteran of Ukraine.
  • Bruno Huffman. Keeps his rifle obsessively clean.
  • Helmut Pletcher. Great War veteran. Has never killed a single person.
  • Artur Hauke. Suffering from battle fatigue.
  • Tretan Hänel. Has a tattoo of an eagle on his chest.
  • Karsten Holweck. Thinks the rest of his squad hates him.
  • Roch Fieber. Son of a Colonel.
  • Frank Drossel. Fell down a ravine and twisted his foot.
  • Sigfried Äschelmann. Far prefers office duties.
  • Johann Schlosser. Almost died from a gunshot wound.
  • Ewald Panzinger. Has shrapnel lodged in stomach. Thinks it's slowly killing him.
  • Asser Hornbostel. Certain he'll survive the war.
  • Jörg Weiss. Medic. Veteran of Kasserine. Saved the life of an American POW who would otherwise have bled to death.
  • Dieter Becken. Decorated for valour in North Africa.
  • Engelbrecht Feuchtwanger. Conscripted 1940.
  • Raimund Frick. Suffering from recurrent stomach complaint.
  • Hugo Brandt. Really wanted to join the Luftwaffe but his eyesight isn't good enough.
  • Lohar Tiedeman. Misses 'Jonas' very badly.
  • Karl Weber. Has family in Pennsylvania.
  • Walter Boldender. Conscripted 1938.
  • Fritz Vogt. Fainted during basic training.
  • Phillip Beitel. Hears voices in his head.
  • Ludwig Wagenknecht. Carpenter.
  • Karlheinz Dirchs. Conscripted in 1935. Bladder infection.
  • Jan Vonnegut. A conscript from Stuttgart. Son of a chemist.
  • Dieter Seidel. Veteran of Ukraine.
  • Stanislaus Kaulen. Can't find his matches.
  • Harold Winther. Infantry. Conscripted 1935. Takes a particular interest in the wives of suspected Partisans.
  • Burkhardt Sommerfeld. Professional soldier since 1937.
  • Adolph Maisel. Veteran of North Africa.
  • Kolten Sommer. Once visited New York.
  • Fritz Oursler. Sees Hitler's war as revenge for the humiliation visited upon Germany following World War One.
  • Arnulf Lowrenz. Often seen crying.
  • Herbert Wedekind. Professional soldier, veteran of Greece.
  • Hartmut Richter. Signal corps. Suffering from shellshock.
  • Horst Waltz. Signals. Conscripted in 1935. Son of a lawyer.
  • Gustaf Becke. Suspect in a series of murders in Berlin but never brought to trial. Possesses numerous medals for valour.
  • Heydrich Färber. 25-year old, from Munich. Joined the Hitler Youth in 1934 at the age of 16 to impress a girl. She married his best friend.
  • Anton Schreiber. Avid photographer.
  • Ralf Kellerman. Has a nasal problem.
  • Günther Zierold. Former school-teacher. Tortured and killed twelve Partisans.
  • Janik Rademacher. Conscripted 1941.
  • Johannes Kogler. Son of a butcher.
  • Kurt Ziegler. Can't remember how many he's killed.
  • Gerhard Grass. Veteran of the Kasserine Pass.
  • Adolph Maisel. Veteran of North Africa.
  • Jens Kallenbach. Has Scottish cousins.

Lorino Dockyard:[]

  • Helmut Lieder. Twenty-six years-old. Stationed at the Dockyard since May.
  • Peter Brickner. Thinks the Italians are buffoons.
  • Nils Graner. Whittling a wooden flute in his spare time.
  • Theodore Hamburg. Can't find his beloved penknife.
  • Gustav Lauritz. Saw men stealing from the warehouse but tripped over as he gave chase. Hasn't said anything to his commanding officer.
  • Ferdinand Keitel. Smokes outside barracks at 7 pm every evening.
  • Johann Schuster. Thinks the mysterious cargo in the warehouse is caviar and champagne for Böhm and his commanders.
  • Lars Kiesel. Thinks local gangsters are responsible for a stream of thefts from the warehouse.
  • Werner Becke. Got into a fight with a fellow soldier.
  • Alexander Gerig. Pilfers beer and cheese from stores.
  • Adelger Hertel. Likes loud music.
  • Tils Maier. Thinks the Reich will last for a thousand years. Can't wait to see his three-year-old little girl back in Burgstein.
  • Dieter Kellner. Secretly listens to the BBC.
  • Oscar Grünberg. Still mourning his friend Kaspar Breslauer.
  • Thaddäus Wegmann. Ripped up a letter from his former fiance.
  • Tobias Groos. Originally from Baden. Thinks Maier stole his watch.
  • Falco Janson. Visited medical area at 3 pm on 3rd May 1943.
  • Alfred Landsberg. Saw the medic about the strange rash on his arm.
  • Hubert Gerson. Transferred from Giovi Fiorini.
  • Ignaz Scholz. Thirty years old. Insomniac.
  • Conrad Westerberg. Reprimanded for pilfering cigarettes.
  • Erwin Cranz. Conscripted 1940.
  • Ruprecht Becker. Annoyed he's been posted from Giovi Fiorini.
  • Bruno Beckenbauer. Spent three days in medical area.
  • Albwin Klemme. Veteran of Ukraine.
  • Hans Lufter. Stationed at the Dockyard since January. Thinks he saw the Harbor Master taking a bribe.
  • Adelar Ruhl. Newly arrived in Lorino.
  • Egon Hermann. Veteran of Holland and Belgium. Organised reprisals against the Allagran Partisans following the destruction of the Regilino Viaduct.
  • Alexander Heumann. Had a bullet removed from his leg.
  • Moritz Eisenberger. Conscripted 1939.
  • Jörg Bayer. Transferred from Giovi Fiorini last week.
  • Jürgen Buchholz. Recently transferred from Giovi Fiorini.
  • Erich Albiker. Wants to be a chef.
  • Harald Blumentritt. Has a wisdom tooth coming through.
  • Axel Wieck. It's his twenty-second birthday today.
  • Gert Bernauer. Stood on someone's spectacles.
  • Roland Steinbach. Someone smashed his spectacles.
  • Viktor Fichte. Reprimanded for using Mein Kampf to stop a table wobbling.
  • Andreas Gehrig. Observed praying outside ammunition dump.
  • Gregor Keller. Arrived at the Dockyard in January. Surprised to see Kommandos guarding the warehouse.
  • Rüdiger Kesselman. Worries about his little brother on the Russian front.
  • Phillip Dietrich. Conscripted 1941.
  • Dietrich Tressler. Screams in his sleep.
  • Dolf Lehmann. Twenty-four. Turned down for promotion.
  • Siegried Dahl. Sleep walks.
  • Stefan Waxweiler. Lost a sizeable sum at poker.
  • Timo Koenig. Twenty-five. Survived a Partisan bomb attack. Saw Laterza's daughter with a known Mafia figure.
  • Woldemar Bornemann. Swallowed his own tooth.
  • Stanislaus Ohly. Conscripted 1939.
  • Waldemar Sulzbach. Works canteen duty three times a week.
  • Fritz Schauble. Twenty-four years-old. Hurt his back unloading ammunition crates.

Abrunza Monastery:[]

  • Marius Janz. Hospital porter from Munich. Conscripted in 1935.
  • Ägidius Hoffmeister. Redeployed from France.
  • Günther Schuttler. Thinks the country is falling apart.
  • Mathias Cornfeld. Misses Berlin.
  • Kristof Geissler. Sits looking at the stars each evening.
  • Gotthard Ohlendorf. Loves the feel of his machine gun.
  • Albrecht Heisig. Loves reading comics.
  • Alexander Lange. Conscripted 1943.
  • Dominick Jollenbeck. Suffers from dizzy spells.
  • Baldur Schnell. Veteran of North Africa.
  • Oskar Havener. Worries about his pregnant wife.
  • Albrecht Becke. Sharpens his knife each morning at 6 AM on a stone outside his quarters.
  • Mathias Tafel. Professional soldier since 1937.
  • Berndt Sattler. Specializes in head-shots.
  • Paul Schmeller. His father just died.
  • Justus Osterhaus. Lost a button off his uniform.
  • Norbert Seppelt. Trying to learn Mein Kampf word for word.
  • Artur Kracht. His grandfather fought for the Kaiser in German South-West Africa.
  • Reiner Feuerwerker. Has another hole in his sock.
  • Thorwaldt Sprecher. Vegetarian.
  • Lutz Hummel. Conscript.
  • Axel Elssler. Says he's bored the whole time.
  • Franz Graebner. Conscripted 1937.
  • Alexander Hattenberger. Shot a stray dog.
  • Severin Groth. Suffers from dizziness.
  • Harald Haselrieder. Can't wait to shoot his first American.
  • Jens Bäker. Conscripted from Leipsig.
  • Einhardt Lieblein. Thinks he saw a comet last night.
  • Patrik Rohrmann. Writing a novel.
  • Detlef Lasker. Loathes Baldoff.
  • Thomas Keitel. Conscripted 1942.
  • Walter Künneth. Collects spatulas.
  • Emil Kummer. Thinks Schaab doesn't pull his weight.
  • Volker Schaab. Aches from shifting artillery shells.
  • Manfred Hoch. Conscript. Son of a milliner.
  • Fabian Plank. Conscript.
  • Timo Höffler. Conscripted 1940.
  • Ulrich Eichinger. Dockworker from Bremen.
  • Tristan Schultz. Steals people's spectacles.
  • Alfred Gegenbauer. Thinks the Americans are building an army of robots.
  • Ingolf Daschner. Dreams of rabbit pie.
  • Knut Schrader. Sleeps with his Luger under the pillow.
  • Carl Hopfer. Had a premonition of his own death.
  • Silvester Rädler. Plans on opening a restaurant back in his native Dortmund.
  • Rupert Blocher. Hears voices.
  • Johann Leitzke. Saw a child crushed by a tank.
  • Tobias Stickler. Warned about his nocturnal activities.
  • Augustus Schönbächler. Conscripted 1938.
  • Karlheinz Gebhardt. Stabbed an American prisoner to death.
  • Harald Lachner. Pushed a girl over a cliff.
  • Arne Rausch. Former choir boy.
  • Hildebrandt Gressman. Knows he's going to Hell.
  • Detlef Winther. Suffers from short-term memory loss.
  • Laurenz Berger. Conscript. Smashed a Partisan soldier's head with a rifle butt.
  • Caspar Winkler. Former dockworker.
  • Herbert Volk. Classical music fan. Borrowed Baldoff's gramophone.
  • Richard Redepenning. Conscripted 1936.
  • Severin Thorwald. Can speak Spanish.
  • Bernd Markwardt. Thinks the rest of his squad hates him.
  • Alexander Gehrig. Has a nervous disorder.
  • Dagobert Sorge. Known for his temper.
  • Baldur Vennemann. Conscripted 1935.
  • Nils Eberhardt. Conscripted 1938.
  • Rainer Graf. Loves cats.
  • Albwin Kappel. Writes poetry.

Magazzeno Facility:[]

  • Michael Blau. Conscript. Wears a crucifix to ward off evil.
  • Manfred Paternoster. Suffers from hallucinations.
  • Oswald Sander. Sapper. His brutal murder of a cowering fifteen year old makes even his fellow soldiers suspect him.
  • Lothar Fiedler. Dreams of starting a dairy farm.
  • Nils Sternberg. Infantry. Conscripted in 1935.
  • Thomas Gorman. Treated for syphilis .
  • Berti Höfler. Machine-gunned a group of civilians.
  • Artur Glüch. Reads comics.
  • Detlev Becken. Secretly loves Buster Keaton.
  • Christian Dirchs. A piece of shrapnel almost blinded him - someone's wedding ring hit him at force when his squad was bombed.
  • Timm Bastian. Allergic to olives.
  • Sepp Katz. Considering desertion.
  • Dieter Portner. Member of Devil's Sword squad.
  • Rainer Otto. Omnibus driver from Munich. Instrumental in the deaths of many Partisans in both Giovi Fiorini and Bitanti.
  • Gunther Braunbeck. Conscripted 1935.
  • Olaf Haase. Mechanic in his father's garage until he was conscripted in 1935. Now a mechanic in the German Army.
  • Laurenz Everhart. Saw a sea eagle.
  • Thomas Schmid. Formerly a green-grocer in Rheinhessen. Pockets jewelry from corpses whenever he finds it.
  • Andreas Kaube. Likes to cut things.
  • Raimund Enns. Bank manager from Hildesheim. Conscripted in 1935.
  • Carsten Wedekind. Joined the Army in 1939 when Britain declared war on Germany.
  • Carsten Baumbach. Has tuberculosis.
  • Wolfgang Sommer. Conscripted 1937.
  • Arnulf Horn. Once bit off a man's nose.
  • Erhard Mein. Shot a Partisan who was surrendering.
  • Dierk Rademaker. Plumber from Berlin.
  • Lukas Wessely. Former Hitler Youth member.
  • Baldur Rohrer. Born in Essen.
  • Jörg Adler. Plays the mouth organ.
  • Hans Böttger. Master pianist.
  • Raimund Kistner. Terrified of pain.
  • Rolf Kappis. Organises poker games.
  • Matthias Käutner. Wonders how the farm is doing without him.
  • Bruno Schwenke. An old woman predicted he would die violently.
  • Theodor Trumbauer. Conscript.
  • Rupert Fabel. Known as 'Ruppie' by his fellows, hails from a small town in Aurich. Mocked for his low IQ.
  • Alois Busch. Knows some Latin.
  • Augustus Schubert. Claims to have seen the ghost of a civilian he killed.
  • Ingolf Grimminger. Worried he's going gray.
  • Alexander Gerstle. Believes in water sprites.
  • Arno Kron. Can spit an olive pip further than anyone else.
  • Wolfgang Enns. Keeps himself to himself.
  • Dominick Eisen. Loves astronomy.
  • Rüdiger Vogel. Conscripted in 1935. Son of a farmer from Rotenberg in Lower Saxony. Misses German sausages.
  • Rainer Straube. Wants to be a potter.
  • Bruno Bocker. Brilliant at math.
  • Arnold Vann. When he was ten he almost drowned.
  • Rolf Preisner. Really good with figures.
  • Joseph Wexner. Born 1924.
  • Johann Lutz. Member of Devil's Sword squad.
  • Harald Wolter. Amateur oil painter.
  • Ralf Lang. Suffered shrapnel injuries in Tobruk.
  • Oswin Swango. Conscript.
  • Phillipp Ingersleben. Marched with Hitler in the Beer Hall Putsch in 1923 and subsequently joined the SA.
  • Thomas Seeliger. Got sent some Bratwurst.
  • Bert Kesselmann. Planning on stealing Seeliger's bratwurst.
  • Buckhard Korsch. Born in Berlin.
  • Oskar Larenz. Veteran of Tobruk. His brother was killed by a sniper's bullet to the head.
  • Timo Schäfer. Formerly a wheelwright, conscripted in 1935. Collects the dog tags of his victims.
  • Helmut Kerwer. So happy he's got a letter from his fiance Bruna in his pocket. Has been saving it to open later.
  • Maximilian Geschwind. Conscripted 1936.
  • Oskar Tischner. Worried he killed a deer.
  • Gerhard Lulling. Wants to go to art school.

Giovi Fiori Mansion:[]

  • Dagobert Sturm. Saw the lieutenant stealing cheese.
  • Waldemar Raskob. Devout church-goer, son of a vicar. Joined the SA in 1933 before transferring to military service in 1935.
  • Augustus Hass. Tries to learn a new word every day.
  • Wulf Hirtreiter. Nicknamed 'The Cutter'.
  • Wenzel Best. Joined the SA in 1932, then the Army in 1935. Avoided the Night of the Long Knives by hiding in an empty barrel.
  • Arno Kiefer. Allergic to eggs.
  • Friedhelm Dohman. Convinced he'll survive the war.
  • Wilhelm Bischof. Never been kissed.
  • Gerhard Schnoor. Goes walking on his own a lot.
  • Viktor Hattenberger. Thinks Blattner is an idiot.
  • Sigismund Bödeker. Certain he's going to Heaven.
  • Günther Wolter. Has relatives in England.
  • Albin Buhler. Color blind.
  • Magnus Windisch. Wonders why Flügel keeps looking at him strangely.
  • Knut Steen. Thinks he might have ringworm.
  • Feder Knemeyer. Lost at cards - again.
  • Gert Flügel. Thinks Windisch is an Allied spy.
  • Tilmann Schmipf. Conscripted 1941.
  • Gregor Wehner. Nineteen years-old.
  • Carsten Tangeman. Caught his leg on some barbed wire.
  • Thorsten Heilmeir. Keeps encountering another soldier who looks identical.
  • Ervin Heilprin. Has a tattoo of a penguin.
  • Adolar Drache. Loves fishing.
  • Veit Armbruster. Joined army in 1933 when a girl rejected his marriage proposal. Still keeps her photo, tells fellow soldiers she's his fiance.
  • Nils Dresdner. Loathes Rothbauer.
  • Friedrich Runstedt. Thinks someone should assassinate Hitler.
  • Volkhard Ritter. Leatherwright from Mittelrhein. Massacred a suspected Partisan's family in their home.
  • Samuel Steichen. Encountered the 'Desert Ghost' in Africa.
  • Adelbert Woerfel. Conscripted 1935.
  • Magnus Schlim. Renowned for his clumsiness.
  • Timm Unterbrink. Regularly feeds a horse in a nearby field.
  • Harald Pröll. Keeps dreaming about whelks.
  • Gottfried Geiszler. Suffering from dysentery.
  • Manfred Kahler. Was pushed in the lake by Sepp Oursler.
  • Günther Beckenbauer. Plans to climb the Old South Face of the Berchtesgaden Hochthron when the war is over.
  • Otto Stüber. Kisses a photo of his wife every evening.
  • Augustus Tifft. Conscripted 1942.
  • Torsten Buchholz. Joined the army in 1929.
  • Hanz Jürgen. Professional soldier since 1937.
  • Wolfgang Teufel. Dyspeptic.
  • Alfred Klempner. Stole some cheese.
  • Waldemar Faerber. Conscripted 1938.
  • Horst Richter. Wants to be Germany's first astronaut.
  • Viktor Krier. Can identify all the different birdsong.
  • Sebastian Gutheil. Can touch his elbow with his tongue.
  • Bastian Kringel. Takes potshots at civilians.
  • Sepp Oursler. Squad prankster.
  • Raimund Lichtenberg. Barely survived Kasserine.
  • Leopold Kraus. School-master from Dortmund.
  • Erwin Petersen. Reads science fiction novels.
  • Raimund Aumann. Conscripted 1935.
  • Volker Wähner. Conscripted in 1935. Orphan boy, convicted of numerous petty crimes in his native Münster.
  • Erhard Haberkorn. Writes satirical comments on the latrine wall. Worries that no-one reads them.
  • Waldemar Heilmann. Suffers from sinus problems.
  • Tristan Friedel. It hurts when he coughs.
  • Rheinhold Ducke. Will punch anyone who is critical of the Führer.
  • Gottfried Dunkle. Best shot in the division.
  • Wilhelm Tillens. Professional soldier since 1932. Thinks the Führer is a military genius but worries he's surrounded by incompetents.
  • Englebert Abt. Meinhardt the sniper threatened to stove his face in.
  • Norbert Behm. Conscripted 1937.
  • Eugen Steyer. Forgot his mother's birthday.
  • Wolfram Breuer. Torched the house of a suspected Partisan and his family.
  • Friedrich Storch. Considering stabbing Ludwig in his sleep.
  • Stephan Rehder. Brilliant mathematician.
  • Emmerich Giehl. Suffers from synaesthesia,
  • Torsten Fabel. Has a nervous disorder.
  • Hartmut Holweck. Former bank clerk.
  • Ludwig Kürschner. Wonders why the rest of the regiment are so rude to him.
  • Lorenz Tangemann. Conscripted 1938.
  • Heiner Vennemann. Let a Partisan escape.
  • Alfons Kuttner. Conscripted 1936.
  • Kurt Rehbinder. Bus driver from Groningen.
  • Richard Frost. Reprimanded two weeks ago for a fight over tobacco with a fellow soldier.
  • Jürgen Hoehmann. Can't sleep because of Ludwig's snoring.
  • Christian Fischer. Wants to be a train driver.
  • Caspar Junkermann. Collects and eats cacti hearts.
  • Till Brickner. Dreams of Black Forest cherry cake.
  • Wolfgang Sommer. Conscripted 1937.
  • Berti Soller. Conscripted 1935.
  • Steffen Voigt. Picks the scabs on his hands.
  • Wolfgang Ackner. Misses his grandma's garden.
  • Johann Mucke. Wants to be a scientist.
  • Linus Übelhör. Can't get the screaming out of his head.
  • Christof Hänel. Kept awake by Ludwig's snoring.
  • Hermann Jodl. Expert at botany.
  • Dieter Jung. Plays the accordion.
  • Heinrich Stern. Thinks his days are numbered.
  • Uli Blecher. Color-blind.
  • Wilhelm Diefenboch. Son of an optician.
  • Heine Gramlich. Misses his pet snake.
  • Eckhard Stöcker. Conscripted 1939.
  • Wolf Bürger. Always has his head buried in a book.

Allagra Fortress:[]

  • Private Sylvester Unkel. Afraid of heights.
  • Benedikt Stöker. Can do magic tricks.
  • Eberhard Eisenmann. Caught his arm on barbed wire.
  • Caspar Fassbender. Routinely bullied.
  • Felix Seidl. Hates Fassbender.

Deathstorm 1: Inception (DLC):[]

  • Luis Kluckhohn. Looking forward to his new posting aboard the Tirpitz.
  • Manfred Fux. Never met his mother.
  • Niklas Eicher. Shortly to be assigned to the battleship Tirpitz.
  • Tom Weiner. Veteran sailor. Survived the destruction of the Scharnhorst.
  • Gerwald Mummert. Senior cadet about U-97.
  • Fedor Brockhaus. Regularly goes to see the medic.
  • Hildebrand Strassmann. Certain the Führer is planning something big.
  • Davide Gentile. Can't read.
  • Julius Wirth. Wants to go home.
  • Julius Ackner. Worried about his cousin - last heard heading for the Il Giogo Pass on the Gothic line.
  • Jürgen Fisch. Previously posted to the battleship Gneisenau.
  • Emil Eisenstadt. Fishmonger from Bremerhaven.
  • Dominik Husch. U-97 sailor.
  • Patrick Baasch. Compiling a book of herring recipes.
  • Elmar Reimann. Was training to be a pastry chef before the war.
  • Gerd Nadler. Worked as a waiter in Berlin.
  • Alexander Oberg. Seen praying.
  • Herbert Quackernack. Others consider him a fantasist.
  • Berndt Seeliger. Worried about Allied infiltration.
  • Cäsar Wiedemann. Former librarian from Magdeberg.
  • Benedict Kratochwil. Wishes he'd joined the Luftwaffe.
  • Dietmar Dresdner. Conscripted 1935.
  • Artur Loritz. Wonders if he should propose to Lottie.
  • Anton Ramberg. Dreading going back to sea.
  • Waldemar Alterman. Conscripted 1935.
  • Walter Hierl. Keeps telling everyone how bored he is.
  • Carsten Hiertreiter. Hoping for promotion.
  • Rudolf Drachmann. Torpedoman aboard the U-97.
  • Rainer Gottleib. U-boat sailor.
  • Heribert Krause. U-boat sailor. Suffers from claustrophobia.
  • Günther Fenchel. Veteran sailor.
  • Artur Beer. Sailor aboard U-97. Keeps hitting his head.
  • Viktor Brunner. Unquestioning in his loyalty to the Führer.
  • Johannes Griebel. Conscripted 1940.
  • Sigismund Werthner. Engineer aboard U-97.
  • Ingolf Waldow. Collects stamps.
  • Felix Widmann. Suffers from asthma.
  • Otto Hoffmeister. Formerly based at Wilhelmshaven.
  • Otto Bradfisch. Hates Italy.
  • Benedikt Gressler. Electrician from Bremmen.
  • Stephan Friedel. Carpenter from Wellen.
  • Lukas Lerner. Ex-convict from Hanover.
  • Norbert Krist. Former bank clerk.
  • Gregor Terboven. Constipated.
  • Magnus Udet. His first posting.
  • Konrad Blattner. Music sheet salesman from Bad Lauterberg.

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Friedrich Kielholz. Lost two brothers when the Bismarck sank.
  • Marko Schnorr. Pyromaniac. Very happy to burn things.
  • Lothar Niedermayer. Unhappy about burning books.
  • Martin Kalkbrenner. Avid amateur archaeologist.
  • Horst Villinger. Native of Berlin.
  • Eugen Hofer. Suffers from a nervous disposition.
  • Friedrich Six. Considered a daydreamer.
  • Walter Voss. Rest of the squad call him 'The Diplomat'.
  • Erich Schacht. Pretends not to be a gossip.
  • Hugo Kremer. Heard screaming after the mailbag arrived.
  • Timm Küchler. Fears the grenade he carries will detonate at any second.
  • Augustus Trumbauer. Certain he needs spectacles.
  • Adolar Haas. If he really has to die, hopes it'll be quick and painless.
  • Karlheinz Rehbinder. Student of history.
  • Lutz Möller. Desperate to go home.
  • Harald Obermaler. Calls his gun Bertha. Has named each individual bullet too.
  • Sepp Fabel. Loves a local Italian woman. Wants to marry her and settle down in Niroli.
  • Herman Ziegler. Rest of the squad consider him very jumpy.
  • Martin Priebke. Misses his parents.
  • Rüdiger Feyerabend. Fascinated by the occult.
  • Lorenz Mein. Survived the Battle of Stalingrad.
  • Fedor Vann. Took out three British pillboxes during the airborne invasion of Crete in 1941.
  • Ulrich Huber. Knows the rest of the squad are terrified of him.
  • Sigmund Rosener. Comes from Berlin.
  • Harald Kaube. Hit by shrapnel in Tobruk.
  • Wilhelm Raskoph. Can't find his soldbuch.
  • Justus Wittich. Formerly stationed on Kyros. Barely survived an encounter with the Greek resistance.
  • Arndt Stirner. Used a Partisan's own knife to kill him.
  • Julian Thorwald. Bit of a loner.
  • Eckhart Schönberger. Wants to get Habermann's autograph.
  • Bernd Husch. Pretended to be dead to avoid capture.
  • Holger Brunner. Keeps having anxiety attacks.
  • Berndt Eisenberger. Avidly reading 'The Myth of the 20th Century'.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Carsten Hausler. Pines for his mother
  • Silvester Riess. Likes to do magic tricks.
  • Knut Armbruster. Adores soccer.
  • Baldur Feuerwerker. Fought in the second battle of Smolensk. Destroyed three T-34 Soviet tanks.
  • Oskar Sorge. Fought in the Siege of Leningrad. Allowed a Russian family to escape.
  • Günther Maas. The shrieking in his head won't stop.
  • Norbert Schaab. Recently returned from anti-Partisan operations in the Balkans. Crack shot.
  • Leopold Ritter. Misses his beloved jazz music.
  • Willy Berger. Joker in the pack.
  • Richard Vennemann. Longs to join the tank corps.
  • Moritz Schneider. Misses Berlin. Misses his folks.
  • Baldur Tafel. Veteran of France. Feels bad about killing civilians. Can't sleep.
  • Raimund Obermeier. Lost a brother at Stalingrad.
  • Heine Sturm. Fought at Kasserine.
  • Josef Reiner. Twin of Jurgen. Seen talking to a member of the local resistance.
  • Gabriel Hessel. Veteran of Yugoslavia. Machine-gunned a group of civilians.
  • Hildebrand Unkel. Has received many commendations for valor, including the Hand-to-Hand Clasp.
  • Albrecht Haas. Has an ongoing stomach problem.
  • Elmar Böttger. A dockworker heralding from Bremen.
  • Johann Dittrich. Doesn't think he'll survive much longer.
  • Bernhard Murr. Knows he's going to die here.
  • Arno Ackner. Lost his entire squad in North Africa.
  • Ernst Klappert. Infamous for his brutality with prisoners.
  • Leonhard Herder. Complains of headaches.
  • Emil Spatz. Often talks about his children.
  • Walter Kahler. Can't understand why he and his squad have been dragged from the front line to defend this place.
  • Georg Klemme. Enjoys setting things on fire.
  • Roch Reiner. Sends money to his mother. Longs to be at his aunt's place in New York.
  • Otto Schneider. Veteran of North Africa.
  • Emmerich Seppelt. Veteran from North Africa. Barely survived the battle of El-Alamein.
  • Clemens Löw. His German-British sister and her husband are interned on the Aisle of Man.
  • Elmar Bürger. Veteran of North Africa. Notoriously violent.
  • Wolfram Hegewald. Served in North Africa. Met Rommel.
  • Berndt Kissling. Served with Bürger in North Africa. Stays away from him.
  • Tilman Hammerl. Lutheran from Württemberg.
  • Horst Vogel. Suffered an injury in North Africa.
  • Alex Essert. Eager to become a chemist.
  • Jurgen Reiner. Twin of Josef. Has been stashing supplies near the waterfall.
  • Tillman Saller. Wants promotion.
  • Meinhard Drache. Believes he destroyed an American tank - on his own.
  • Raimund Hahn. Took part in the invasion of Crete. Accidentally fired at his own men.
  • Gabriel Bolender. Has a peculiar mole on his upper leg.
  • Detlef Windisch. Used to be a steelworker.
  • Hans Axmann. Talks frequently about the woman he loves.
  • Helibert Stöcker. Convinced Churchill will be assassinated.
  • Matthias Hafner. Famous for his sadism. Soon to be a father.
  • Waldemar Kästner. Enjoys going walking on his own. A lot.
  • Anton Gurtner. Known for his gloomy disposition.
  • Alfred Hoffmann. Writes frequently to his mother.
  • Bernhart Rehder. Recently redeployed to Steigerloch.
  • Viktor Hummel. Despairs at the decreasing quality of the parts he's asked to work with.
  • Felix Fährmann. Imagines he can see people's innards when he shoots them. It's mesmerizing.

Target Führer (DLC):[]

  • Erwin Herder. Worries he'll get shot in the head.
  • Willy Hauke. Used to be a school-teacher.
  • Manfred Kaulen. Nicknamed 'Little Jim'. Constantly worries he's going to fall in the water.
  • Adelar Harrer. Convinced he could catch a bullet in his teeth like his hero Harry Houdini.
  • Ewald Lehr. Was once awarded a school prize by the famous scientist Andreas Kessler.
  • Marius Frey. Feels bad about killing civilians.
  • Gregor Kantner. Fixed the toilet block. Surprised to find a harmonica causing the blockage.
  • Gregor Lampadius. Enjoys watching Strecker's mouth move as he reads.
  • Hans Galland. Despises his wife's aunt.
  • Berend Speidel. Hates sleeping next to Vogt.
  • Caspar Strecker. Just finished reading Goebbels' novel 'Michael'. Loved every word.
  • Torsten Bierkamp. Caught a seagull for a bet. Spent the following day in the infirmary.
  • Ulrich Krause. Nicknamed 'Lucky' as he's survived numerous close scrapes.
  • Hartmurt Höger. Secretly has Charlie Chaplin's signature from when he visited Berlin before the war.
  • Lutz Staudinger. Prays every night and every evening when not on patrol.
  • Tobias Peterson. Frequently dismisses his wife as paranoid.
  • Norbert Löw. Worries that the Nazis will always be seen as the baddies if they lose. Veteran of Ukraine.
  • Julian Molitor. Well-known for his sadism. Other soldiers treat him warily.
  • Hans Rehn. Thinks he can move objects with his mind.
  • Einhard Kühne. Would like to write songs for a living.
  • Heinz Halder. Helped Kanter fix the toilet block.
  • Ludwig Lerch. Keeps seeing things.
  • Kaspar Spindler. Draws pictures of futuristic rocket ships.
  • Sabastian Hartmann. Envies his brother Ludwig.
  • Tillman Krause. Virtually illiterate.
  • Steffen Schaus. Conscripted 1940.
  • Thaddäus Stoiber. Has nightmares about a civilian he accidentally shot in France. She looked like his wife.
  • Dieter Buchheim. Machine-gunned a truck that wouldn't stop.
  • Felix Hartig. Anxious about his smelly uniform.
  • Vincent Amsel. Visits the infirmary at least once a week.
  • Leon Gerster. Has agreed to teach Kaulen to swim.
  • Andreas Bechtel. Promised to read Eschenbach's novel. Keeps making excuses.
  • Olaf Honigsmann. Wonders what the Reich will do after they win.
  • Herbert Eschenbach. Writing a novel set 15 years after the Reich wins the war.
  • Helmut Löffler. Keeps a tally of all the people he's killed.
  • Franz Koeppen. Nicknamed 'The Hermit'. Would like a permanent positing to Sendari when the war is over.
  • Wulf Vogel. Newly arrived on Sendari.
  • Helmut Ackner. Thinks Lasch stole his harmonica.
  • Bastian Hartknoch. Keeps getting stomach cramps.
  • Gunther Winzer. Fed up with Ackner's harmonica-playing. Has taken measures to stop it.
  • Erwin Much. Conscripted 1937.
  • Max Becker. Engaged to be married.

Radio Operators:[]

Bitanti Village:[]

  • Dolf Eicel. Mobile radio operator.

Regilino Viaduct:[]

  • Rainer Klein. Former Hitler Youth member.

Lorino Dockyard:[]

  • Franz Bartel. Twenty-two. Bayoneted an old woman he thought was attacking him.
  • Will Bruhn. Reads romance novels.

Abrunza Monastery:[]

  • Leon Andres. Radio operator.
  • Günther Hoelder. Steelworker from Essen.

Magazzeno Facility:[]

  • Sepp Duerr. From Neudorf. Thinks the Nazis will eventually join up with the Americans and British to fight the Soviets.
  • Albrecht Bähr. Reckons he's killed twenty-two people.

Giovi Fiori Mansion:[]

  • Emil Volk. Used to make model aeroplanes.
  • Detlev Hafner. Shot a fellow soldier for deserting.

Allagra Fortress:[]

  • Heiner Vann. Worries about his brother.

Deathstorm 1: Inception (DLC):[]

  • Marwin Krausser. Suffers from back problems.
  • Nils Hafer. Keeps getting static charges.

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Jonathan Neuhäuser. Hears voices in his head.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Udo Winther. Tunes his radio to Allied broadcasts when he thinks nobody is watching.

Snipers:[]

Bitanti Village:[]

  • Udo Klein. Sniper.

Regilino Viaduct:[]

  • Werner Hinrichsen. Sniper.
  • Ewald Böttcher. Sniper.

Lorino Dockyard:[]

  • Erich Hosenfeld. Sniper.
  • Klaus Klehr. Sniper.

Abrunza Monastery:[]

  • Stefan Schmitz. Sniper.

Magazzeno Facility:[]

  • Erich Schrek. Sniper.
  • Immanuel Lamm. Sniper.
  • Franz Knemeyer. Sniper.
  • Peter Hartner. Sniper.
  • Theodor Roff. Sniper.

Giovi Fiori Mansion:[]

  • Wolfgang Meinhardt. Sniper.

Allagra Fortress:[]

  • Volker Lochs. Sniper.
  • Gregor Winkler. Sniper.
  • Dietrich Strauss. Sniper.
  • Eberhard Succow. Sniper.
  • Michael Wegener. Sniper.

Deathstorm 1: Inception (DLC):[]

  • Wolfgang Blanke. Sniper.
  • Richard Greiser. Sniper.
  • Odilo Fiehler. Sniper.
  • Ferdinand Lutz. Sniper.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Rüdiger Hölder. Sniper. Worries that the Allies have been taking aerial photographs of the area.
  • August Grabner. Sniper. Told Brandstätter he has the William Tell Overture going through his head when he's about to take a shot.
  • Paul Ludin. Sniper. Endlessly speculates about what's going on beneath the church.
  • Axel Brandstätter. Sniper. Worries about Grabner's sanity.

Target Führer (DLC):[]

  • Erik Fanck. Sniper.
  • Dietrich Kopkow. Sniper.
  • Gustav Jutzi. Sniper.

Valkyrie Snipers:[]

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Gregor Stark. Sniper. Over two hundred confirmed kills.
  • Josef Wessel. Sniper. Frontline soldier until he was injured. Discovered his gift for sniping while recuperating.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Burkardt Winzer. Valkyrie sniper. Veteran of France.
  • Silvester Kott. Valkyrie sniper. Previously based in Vichy France.
  • Erwin Scheel. Valkyrie sniper. Recalled from France following a request by Professor Bosch.
  • Bernahrd Stumpff. Has a high number of confirmed kills from serving on the frontline.
  • Ludwig Lauterbach. Valkyrie sniper. Misses his native Berlin.
  • Eugen Kreipe. Alleviates boredom by shooting chickens.
  • Artur Voigtsberger. Claims to be the best long distance sniper in the unit.

Spotters:[]

Regilino Viaduct:[]

  • Sebastian Kornhäusel. Worries his mother is having an affair.
  • Adelmar Höss. Loves football.
  • Elias Kesselring. Lost a tooth eating a biscuit.

Abrunza Monastery:[]

  • Wolfgang Löffler. Collects photographs of leading Nazis.
  • Werner Hasselberger. His father was a leading figure in the Beer Hall Putsch in 1923.

Magazzeno Facility:[]

  • Fedor Börner. Feeds a pet bird on his windowsill each morning.
  • Rudi Huffman. Son of a doctor, university student. Saved the life of an American POW by removing shrapnel.
  • Thomas Bussler. Used to be a shepherd.
  • Albrecht Äschelmann. Was once bitten by a bat.

Giovi Fiori Mansion:[]

  • Hinrich Dorn. Allergic to cats.
  • Ulrich Ohme. Trained as a medical student back in Frankfurt.

Allagra Fortress:[]

  • Gregor Wiesner. Can't remember how many people he's killed.

Deathstorm 1: Inception (DLC):[]

  • Berend Münchberg. Used to be a zoo-keeper.
  • Daniel Hammerschmidt. Laborer from Düsseldorf.

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Heinrich Bodmer. Excited to be part of the book burning detail.
  • Hermann Ganz. Wishes he'd become a medic like his uncle Benedict.
  • Berend Mittermeier. Heard some buffoon got shot in the testicles. Probably nonsense.
  • Engelbrecht Weinreich. Avid fan of FC Bayern München.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Gerhard Steinhauser. Spotter. Nicknamed 'Eagle Eyes'.
  • Manfred Thierack. Has a brother called Olaf.
  • Erich Lasch. Spotter. Wants to be a photojournalist when the war is over.
  • Rupert Heumann. Spotter. Renowned for his quick reflexes.

Target Führer (DLC):[]

  • Kurt Johner. Renowned for his quick reactions.

Valkyrie Spotters:[]

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Frank Klostermann. Valkyrie squad member. Played a key role in Operation Mercury. Barely survived.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Oswald Rust. Says he's made a big decision.

Jägers:[]

Regilino Viaduct:[]

  • Hanz Pfister; Former downhill skier.
  • Christian Dittrich. Keeps a pet weasel.
  • Berthold Hartknoch. Conscripted 1940.
  • Silvester Schönberg. Secretly admires the British.
  • Horst Fittkau. Says he's personally killed over fifty American GIs.
  • Adalwin Gutenberg. Machine-gunned a group of suspected Partisans.
  • Tizian Fux. Keeps visiting the infirmary.
  • Artur Feistel. Former coal-miner.
  • Gotthard Häussler. Conscripted 1935.
  • Dominik Kamphaus. Gets philosophical after a drink.

Lorino Dockyard:[]

  • Veit Drach. Has short-term memory problems.
  • Engelbrecht Ackner. Misses his pet schnauzer.
  • Rupprecht Denzinger. Veteran of France.
  • Sebastian Mair. Professional soldier since 1935.
  • Walther Spiegel. Destroyed a truck full of escaping civilians with a Panzerfaust.
  • Frank Bauernfeind. Has flashbacks to Tobruk.
  • Richard Lang. Known for using a hammer when interrogating suspected Partisans.
  • Philipp Winkelhock. Reprimanded for fighting with a fellow soldier.
  • Alexander Heumann. Had a bullet removed from his leg.
  • Eckhard Hasselvander. Used to love reading PG Wodehouse in Papa's library.
  • Sepp Klein. Veteran of Denmark and France. Thinks Kommando forces should have been brought in to guard the Dockyard much earlier.
  • Germund Nadler. Machine-gunned a group of surrendering Partisans.
  • Einhard Schwann. Killed a group of surrendering GIs in North Africa.
  • Torben Köstler. Has shrapnel embedded in his thigh.

Abrunza Monastery:[]

  • Mathias Markwardt. Veteran of various theaters, including the North African campaign.
  • Veit Hafner. Suffering from dysentery.
  • Ernst Thiel. Keeps vomiting.
  • Kurt Hausler. Son of a baker from Seinsheim.
  • Viktor Sturnberg. Conscripted 1935.
  • Emmerich Weidmann. His father voted for Hitler.
  • Christoph Rademaker. Gambler.
  • Lothar Siekert. Infantry. Joined the SA when Hitler came to power, then the German military.
  • Tilmann Behrmann. Played Hamlet in an amateur production.
  • Konrad Senft. Barber from Hanover. Suspected in the murder of fifteen Partisans.
  • Einhard Kerwer. Spotted a sea-eagle.
  • Hermann Huffmann. Has a shrapnel wound in his neck.
  • Erich Fabel. Caught his leg on some barbed wire.
  • Georg Behrendt. Has trouble concentrating.
  • Oscar Marquering. Professional soldier. Veteran of Tobruk.
  • Manfred Unruh. Conscripted in 1935. Comes from Munich. Repeatedly seen with a local Italian woman.

Magazzeno Facility:[]

  • Einhard Häberli. Killed a Partisan spy.
  • Lieutenant Konrad Jüttner. Leader of Devil's Sword squad.
  • Thorsten Schöner. Convinced he knows Böhm's real identity.
  • Stefan Albrecht. Veteran of Tobruk, deployed to Allagra in early 1943.
  • Egon Kästner. Watched his brother die.
  • Poldi Sauber. Former dockworker. Veteran of the North Africa campaign. Medical report says he hears voices in his head.
  • Eugen Eisenmann. Born in Dresden.
  • Gregor Sperber. Always bored.
  • Caspar Korn. Can't use a knife and fork.
  • Albuin Engelberg. Broke his nose as a kid.
  • Till Rott. Conscripted 1939.
  • Erhardt Heffelfinger. Can't remember faces.
  • Lutz Habermann. Worked as a wheelwright.
  • Marius Hartlieb. Lost the picture of his mother.
  • Artur Weinmann. Can't tell the time.
  • Joseph Binder. Once punched a cow.

Giovi Fiori Mansion:[]

  • Hugo von Bock. Talented cartoonist. Does caricatures for money.
  • Eugen Wahner. Keeps a picture of Hitler beside his bed.
  • Olaf Blattner. Thinks he can travel in time.
  • Karlheinz Holzmann. Shot a rat from twenty feet.
  • Walther Fichte. Professional soldier since 1937.
  • Heinz Rademaker. A cobbler, conscripted in 1935.
  • Walther Redepenning. Formerly stationed on the Greek island of Kyros. Collects knives.
  • Oskar Muhlfeld. Collects rocks.
  • Lukas Schönherr. Very fast runner.
  • Max Rehberg. Conscripted 1940.
  • Knut Kopp. Saw a British sniper kill his younger brother.
  • Kristian Bernat. Rothbauer's personal bodyguard.
  • Axel Westerberg. Suffers from gout.

Allagra Fortress:[]

  • Niklas Birken. Once met a girl from Liverpool.
  • Linus Quint. Tortured an OSS prisoner.
  • Axel Ehrenfeld. Professional soldier.
  • Hinrich Klopstock. Thinks his CO is a dolt.
  • Reiner Bäcker. Likes to see his target's face when he's killing them.
  • Timm Thiesmann. Would rather be on the battlefield.
  • Heiner Winter. Writes poetry.
  • Helmut Graf. Machine-gunned a group of suspected Partisans.
  • Buckhard Glüch. Part of the squad that arrested Leandro Di Rocco.
  • Carsten Windischmann. Told the Lieutenant that Hornbostel suffers from dizzy spells.
  • Maximilian Thierse. Veteran of France.
  • Rolf Nadler. Notoriously brutal with prisoners.
  • Hildebrandt Blatt. Veteran of Ukraine.
  • Erich Schröder. Has applied for a transfer.
  • Dominik Kleiber. Knows the names of all the different clouds.
  • Max Hauer. Veteran of France.
  • Gerhardt Bödeker. Forced Fassbender to give him a package of chocolate he kept under his bed.
  • Matthäus Becken. Conscripted 1937.
  • Sebastian Häberli. Killed a Partisan with his own blade.
  • Hugo Braunbeck. Thinks he'll come back as a ghost.
  • Johann Leverenz. Just eighteen.
  • Ingemar Seidel. Won at darts.
  • Wolfgang Egger. Regularly volunteers for sentry duty.
  • Kurt Häberli. Wants to be a sniper.
  • Sebastian Kahler. Killed more people than he can count.
  • Lukas Mohnhaupt. Conscripted 1937.
  • Ernst Kürschner. Torched a town.
  • Wilhelm Brahms. Thinks he's related to the composer.
  • Heinz Hellmann. Thinks the British will use poisonous gas on German cities if they have to.
  • Waldemar Hopfer. Worried his father might have another heart attack if the bombing keeps going.
  • Reiner Fenchel. Thinks Joseph Stalin is really a woman.
  • Oskar Bernauer. Annoyed that he never gets to practice the Italian he's been learning.
  • Ulrich Griebel. Veteran of Ukraine.
  • Conrad Siegel. Shot a Priest in the head.
  • Julius Korsch. Veteran of North Africa.
  • Ingolf Koch. Does a hundred press-ups every morning.
  • Detlev Rudin. Met Goebbels in 1931. Has a photo of the event.
  • Lutz Janson. Thinks his hair is falling out.
  • Helmut Buxbaum. Killed his first victim when he was seventeen. That was eight years ago.
  • Berti Saller. Conscripted 1935.
  • Marius Tillens. Was training to join the priesthood.
  • Waldemar Rühle. Loves Wagner.
  • Harrald Semmler. Likes quick, clean kills the best.
  • Hans Groß. Saw his squad wiped out in North Africa.
  • Rolf Maurer. Conscripted 1939.
  • Julian Engel. Aiming for promotion.
  • Konstantin Gressler. Nicknamed 'The Ripper'.
  • Elmo Detmold. Highly experienced.
  • Ägidius Wickler. Will write his memoirs one day.
  • Claus Grimminger. Has been looking after an injured seagull for the last week.
  • Wolf Kesselman. Lost his soldbuch.
  • Arno Hauffe. Carries his grandfather's magnifying glass on him.
  • Harald Bastian. Worries that Fassbender is getting bullied by the others.
  • Clemens Hellman. Enlisted 1938.

Deathstorm 1: Inception (DLC):[]

  • Harald Parler. Former boxing champion.
  • Wolfhard Weingart. Son of a churchman.
  • Janik Bergmann. Fisherman from Eckernförde.
  • Wulf Petzold. Renowned for his sadism.
  • Udo Schröder. Conscripted 1935.
  • Dominik Huffmann. Son of a colonel.
  • Julian Sommer. Veteran of Ukraine.
  • Melchior Klugmann. Son of an army major.
  • Augustus Unterbrink. Son of a man who voted for Hitler.
  • Hermann Kuchler. Carpenter from Dortmund.
  • Ulrich Dedekind. North Africa veteran.

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Till Busch. Participated in the Battle of Volturno. Killed four Allied soldiers using only his knife.
  • Sepp Bläu. Fought in the Battle of Leros. Not surprised that the Italians have switched sides.
  • Leon Bahr. Veteran of Ukraine. Loves to talk about what he did there.
  • Oskar Enns. Likes to play Wagner when he tortures people.
  • Timm Dirchs. Trained with Otto Skorzeny.
  • Harald Baumbach. Fresh from the training camp at Altengrabow. Feels the need to prove himself.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Artur Traeger. Fought in the Battle of Stalingrad. Responsible for over 26 Soviet snipers killed.
  • Albin Schnoor. Former agricultural worker.
  • Max Seldte. Hoards quantities of chocolate he's sent.
  • Heiner Westerberg. Paranoid he'll get a bullet in the brain.
  • Sigfried Schönherr. Has a twin.
  • Augustin Riederer. Wonders what Bosch and his cronies are up to.
  • Franz Weber. Recently celebrated his birthday.
  • Matthias Honigsberg. Put a rat in Gehring's bed.
  • Fritz Stauffer. Has felt ill ever since coming to Steigerloch.
  • Asser Hannawald. Could hear gnawing in the night from the direction of Gehring's bunk.
  • Holger Niedermayer. Often seen praying in St. Anna church.
  • Burkhardt Hansch. Has lost his appetite.
  • Hanns Heinecke. Keeps feeling dizzy.
  • Ruprecht Harig. Worried about premature hair loss - ever since he came to Steigerloch.
  • Artur Baumann. Veteran of Ukraine.
  • Hans Heidemann. Conscripted 1941.
  • Günther Lorber. Can do a trick with a knife.
  • Wilber Reiner. Seen repairing an old truck in the woods behind the church.
  • Konrad Kellerman. Church organist from Osnabrück.

Target Führer (DLC):[]

  • Till Vogt. Suffers from flatulence.
  • Günther Haussegger. Practices his English in case he's captured.
  • Niels Meier. Keeps receiving letters from home.
  • Eduard Koch. Always seems to be on the verge of tears.
  • Ansgar Gottfried. Impatient for action.
  • Torben Stelzner. Likes to surprise people.
  • Artur Guderian. Secretly in love with his wife's sister Helga.
  • Oskar Beck. Not known for his patience.
  • Gerd Spener. Considering asking his girlfriend to marry him.
  • Ruprecht Krüger. Has trouble concentrating.
  • Johann Wever. Hates his father.

Valkyrie Jägers:[]

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Heinz Klauber. Got Habermann's autograph (for a friend, of course).
  • Oscar Petzold. Member of Valkyrie Squad. Hand-picked by Karl Student.
  • Peter Hertzfeld. Veteran of Belgium. Claims to have been the first trooper into Fort Eben-Emael.
  • Ralf Harnisch. Recently participated in the Gran Sasso raid.
  • Volkhardt Kändler. Member of Valkyrie Squad and veteran of Dombas. Has the scars to prove it.
  • Lutz Kocher. Received commendation from Karl Student for his actions in the battle of Rotterdam.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Arne Augsberger. Previously a factory worker.
  • Hinrich Fischinger. Recently deployed to Steigerloch.
  • Eugen Hahne. His Luftwaffe pilot brother was shot down over the Channel.
  • Herbert Ehmann. His father was at the Munich Putsch in 1923.
  • Gerd Bendel. Keeps complaining of nausea.
  • Adelar Hasselbach. Has an itchy trigger finger. Literally - it's driving him mad.
  • Petrus Rossel. Veteran of Sicily.
  • Heribert Bechtel. Wonders why the Führer hasn't used chemical weapons on the Allies.
  • Heinz Volkenrath. His fealty to the Reich knows no bounds.
  • Till Schütz. Was part way through his theology doctorate when the war started.
  • Bastian Schellscheidt. Unhappy at being asked to move radioactive material without suitable protective gear.
  • Carsten Keller. Has an irrational fear of asparagus.
  • Ulrich Doerr. Fed up of being bossed about by scientists with military ranks.
  • Albrecht Rimensberger. Thinks paratroopers are the future of airborne operations.
  • Viktor Schriver. Rumored to like strangling chickens around town.
  • Clemens Egger. Promoted to Valkyrie Squad after holding back an Allied assault at Gela.
  • Martin Reichmann. Has strong opinions on things. Other soldiers avoid him.
  • Marius Siekert. Knew Rosa Luxemburg. Participated in the Spartacist Uprising.
  • Friedhelm Munt. Wonders why the MKB42 isn't standard issue in the Wehrmacht.
  • Hubert Lauer. Machine-gunned some birds. Feels vaguely guilty.
  • Thaddäus Höger. Used to be a long distance runner.
  • Kinrad Ackermann. Wonders what happened to the supposed super missile Germany was developing.

Support Jägers:[]

Lorino Dockyard:[]

  • Eugen Schwerner. Keeps vomiting.
  • Rupert Hahn. No further intelligence.
  • Berndt Komberg. Former fisherman.
  • Uwe Weber. Formerly one of Major Klaus Rothbauer's elite guard.
  • Nikolaus Habicht. Newly deployed from Giovi Fiorini.

Abrunza Monastery:[]

  • Rolf Griebel. Thinks the Black Brigade are wimps.
  • Erik Sperl. Wants to go home.

Magazzeno Facility:[]

  • Timm Foerstner. Munitions expert. Probably responsible for the deaths of at least twenty Partisans.
  • Till Sauber. Veteran of Kasserine.
  • Sigfried Protz. Bavarian sapper. Professional soldier, often exasperated by the ineptitude of his conscripted colleagues.
  • Benedikt Grothmann. Loves fish.
  • Berndt Pelzer. Needs a cup of coffee.

Giovi Fiori Mansion:[]

  • Arnold Kadelberg. Destroyed an American military ambulance.
  • Torsten Gebhardt. Squishes the lice in the seams of his clothes.

Allagra Fortress:[]

  • Elmo Dohna. Joined the army to see the world.
  • Henny Schönherr. Has a twin.
  • Oswald Bauers. Survived being shot in the stomach.
  • Joseph Hornbostel. Fainted while part of a firing squad. Came close to being court-martialled.
  • Clemens Gutermuth. Can't help swearing.
  • Adalbert Keppler. Veteran of Ukraine.
  • Viktor Wepper. Son of a carpenter.
  • Petrus Stoiber. Has designed a new set of uniforms for the Wehrmacht.

Deathstorm 1: Inception (DLC):[]

  • Richard Körver. Former bellboy.
  • Tristan Hess. Professional soldier since 1936.
  • Peter Keller. Conscripted 1935.
  • Janik Kroll. Former department store employee.

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Arno Lutz. MG42 gunner at the Battle of Monte Cassino. Lost track of how many Allies he mowed down.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Einhard Wexner. Has a piece of shrapnel lodged in his neck.
  • Helmut Romberg. Conscripted 1942.
  • Gregor Luffer. Thinks the FG42 is the best weapon ever made.
  • David Gehring. Last night he dreamt his toes were being chewed.
  • Franz Althaus. Broke his nose when he was a child.
  • Eberhard Häberli. Worked as a bank clerk before he was conscripted.
  • Germund Gottschalk. His ambition is to be an architect.
  • Gert Reichen. Ordered to burn incriminating documents.
  • Bem Reiner. Looks out for his siblings after their father was killed for cowardice.
  • Eckhart Heisig. Former textile worker from Gummersbach.

Target Führer (DLC):[]

  • Jonathan Wagner. Known for his sense of humor.
  • Lutz Weinmann. Hitler's bodyguard. Highly experienced.
  • Waldemar Schlüter. Hitler's bodyguard since 1941.

Valkyrie Support Jägers:[]

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Janick Schrötter. Beat Rader at cards. Certain that's why he's now babysitting Habermann.
  • Thorsten Hopfer. Veteran of Norway. Transferred from 7th Flieger Division.
  • Lutz Beutler. Member of Valkyrie Squad. Distinguished himself during Operation Weser-Exercise.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Engelbrecht Stahnke. Heard a rumor that Victor Haberman has been assassinated.
  • Ekkehard Kampf. Wonders how a demagogue like Hitler could get elected.
  • Günther Fenchel. Notoriously bad at poker.

Faust Troopers:[]

Magazzeno Facility:[]

  • Tobias Althaus. Expert in mines. Enjoys watching the results of his endeavors and keeps a tally of his victims' injuries.
  • Manfred Lange. Vegetarian.
  • Adelbert Seidel. Saw a light in the sky.
  • Timm Foerstner. Munitions expert. Probably responsible for the deaths of at least twenty Partisans.
  • Reinhold Möller. Former school soccer captain.

Allagra Fortress:[]

  • Buckhard Glüch. Can't work out why his baby son has curly hair.
  • Claus Reichart. Participated in nine restrellamento. Very proud of himself.

Deathstorm 1: Inception (DLC):[]

  • Gert Weshausen. Likes watching things explode.
  • Lothar Feistel. Worries about his hearing.

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Frank Klopstock. Constantly talks about his own death.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Volkhardt Mergenthaler. Recently deployed to Steigerloch.
  • Adolf Hinkler. Known for his serious demeanor.

Target Führer (DLC):[]

  • Alfred Plessner. Sustained a shrapnel wound in Sicily.
  • Jens Kalkbrenner.

Valkyrie Faust Troopers:[]

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Harald Blacher. Son of a war hero.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Torsten Schilder. Heavy weapons specialist. Suffers from recurrent back problems.
  • Detlef Faerber. Heavy weapons specialist. Tasked with field testing Neunfaust prototypes.
  • Berndt Steinheil. Lied about being a heavy weapons specialist. Has no idea what he's doing.

Scientists:[]

Magazzeno Facility:[]

  • Professor Andreas Kessler. Drunken Nazi rocket scientist. Stinks.

Deathstorm 1: Inception (DLC):[]

  • Dr. Ludwig Kellerman. Worries about premature hair loss.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Dr. Joseph Wernicke. Biochemist, former 'Uranium Club' member. Reluctant member of Bosch's team.
  • Dr. Edmund Hänel. Theoretical physicist. Only interested in science.
  • Dr. Sigfried Kehrer. Mechanical engineer. Dedicated Nazi, Bosch's protege.
  • Professor Wilhelm Bosch. Atomic physicist. Part of Hitler's inner circle.
  • Dr. Erik Korsch. Lab assistant to Hänel. Collects test tubes.
  • Dr. Harald Bitterlich. Recently assigned to Steigerloch.
  • Tilman Hopfer. Physics professor from Munich. Conscripted to work on the Deathstorm project.
  • Dr. Ruprecht Einhorn. Theoretical physicist and pigeon-fancier.
  • Harald Schultz. Nuclear physicist. Regrets not fleeing Germany with Einstein.

Officers:[]

San Celini Island:[]

  • Hans Aegerter. Senior Lieutenant. North Africa veteran.
  • Rudolf Hayler. Senior Lieutenant attached to the Central Party Propaganda Office.
  • Oskar Pletcher. Senior Lieutenant. General Böhm's representative.
  • Franz Drexler. Senior Lieutenant. Schmidt's chief strategist.
  • Tobias Schmidt. Luftwaffe General.

Bitanti Village:[]

  • Raimund Straub. Senior Lieutenant. A bureaucrat.
  • Konrad Winther. Senior Lieutenant. Veteran of North Africa.
  • Wilhelm Rudel. Senior Lieutenant. Instigator of current Rastrellamento.
  • Arnold Schwenke. Senior Lieutenant. Suffers from vertigo.

Regilino Viaduct:[]

  • Senior Lieutenant Otto Brandt. Has a recurrent inner ear problem.
  • Senior Lieutenant Joseph Hanke. Plays the violin.
  • Senior Lieutenant Friedrich Lorenz. Thinks his friend Steiner might be losing his mind.
  • Senior Lieutenant Erhard Hausser. Thinks his men are all fools.
  • Senior Lieutenant Herbert Koppe. Literally shot himself in the foot. Just returned from hospital.
  • Senior Lieutenant Johann Loris. Suffers from recurrent blinding headaches.
  • Franz von Manstein. Senior Lieutenant. Keeps a photo of his pet German Shepherd by his bed.

Lorino Dockyard:[]

  • Senior Lieutenant Herbert Amann. Jittery about the thefts from the Dockyard. Thinks organized crime might be involved.
  • Senior Lieutenant Herbert Scholz. Loves the sea air.
  • Senior Lieutenant Ewald Fuchs. In charge of re-organizing security around the warehouse.
  • Senior Lieutenant Josef Clauberg. Cut his hand on some barbed wire.

Abrunza Monastery:[]

  • Senior Lieutenant Willy Krömer. Likes listening to rainfall.
  • Gotthardt Baldoff. Senior lieutenant. Known for his ruthlessness.
  • Senior Lieutenant Petrus Proch. Has little confidence in the Italian troops to stay and fight.

Magazzeno Facility:[]

  • Senior Lieutenant Anton Gruber. Has a promotion request pending.
  • Senior Lieutenant Albert Gernstein. Thinks he's fluent in Italian. His Italian opposite number beg to differ.
  • Senior Lieutenant Gottfried Groeber. Exceptionally gifted code-breaker.
  • Senior Lieutenant Julian Keitel. His wife should have given birth to their first child three weeks ago.
  • Senior Lieutenant Stanislaus Müller. Famed for his withering sense of humor, and for his meticulous attention to detail.
  • Senior Lieutenant Ernst Buhr. Allergic to fish.
  • Wilhelm Steiner. Senior Lieutenant. Other officers give him a wide berth.
  • Ernst Fleischer. Senior Lieutenant. Put in for a transfer to Giovi Fiorini.

Giovi Fiori Mansion:[]

  • Harald Trumbauer. Senior Lieutenant. Keeps a record of the Partisans he executes.
  • Waldemar Gabler. Senior Lieutenant. Gambler.
  • Major Rothbauer. Sycophantic accomplice of General Böhm.
  • Holger Knopf. Senior Lieutenant. Likes to shoot apples off prisoners' heads.
  • Franz Unterbrink. Senior Lieutenant. Hates the sight of blood.

Allagra Fortress:[]

  • Waldemar Brose. Senior Lieutenant. Shot one of his own men at point blank range for disagreeing with him.
  • Dieter Hahn. Senior Lieutenant. Veteran of Ukraine.
  • Senior Lieutenant Ernst Vahlen. Son of the late General Franz Vahlen.
  • Nils Abbing. Senior Lieutenant. Has a shrapnel wound in his neck.
  • Senior Lieutenant Ferdinand Krapf. Keeps getting a pain in his right shoulder.
  • Günther Essert. Senior Lieutenant. Known for his brutality.
  • Senior Lieutenant Daniel Sollman. Sees the faces of the people he's killed when he goes to sleep.

Deathstorm 1: Inception (DLC):[]

  • Lieutenant Eric Uthmann. Specialist in logistics.
  • Lieutenant Adolar Hackl. Demoted following an intelligence leak.
  • Major Volker Grün. Feels himself to be unique.
  • Senior Lieutenant Dieter Theiner. Jubilant at Hackl's demotion.
  • Senior Lieutenant Rainer Jonke. Enjoys practicing his Italian.

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Stanislaus Osswald. Senior Lieutenant. Dislikes long words.
  • Lieutenant Fritz Lerner. Waiting for an opportunity to use his whistle.
  • Senior Lieutenant Magnus Feigenspan. Regarded fondly by his soldiers because of relaxed attitude.
  • Viktor Habermann. Junior Propaganda Minister. Protege of Goebbels.
  • Lieutenant Max Altermann. Former traffic warden from Baden. Misses directing people.
  • Senior Lieutenant Olaf Sauberbrunn. Former teacher. Prefers the battlefield.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Senior Lieutenant Hans Vonhof. Charged with overseeing the 'False Flag' operation. Worried they don't have enough Allied vehicles.
  • Lieutenant Hubert Weidner. Fed up of dealing with needy boffins.
  • Senior Lieutenant Claus Hahn. Veteran of France.
  • Senior Lieutenant Adolar Schenk. Depot commander. Thoroughly bored - wishes he had Vonhof's assignment.
  • Senior Lieutenant Hildebrandt Wallmann. Previously posted to France, recently brought to Steigerloch. Professor Bosch asked for him personally.

Target Führer (DLC):[]

  • Senior Lieutenant Volker Hönigmann. Despised Admiral Richter.
  • Senior Lieutenant Adelbert Handke. War hero thanks to his actions on the Greek island of Kyros.
  • Lieutenant Werner Deutsch. Operations manager.
  • Lieutenant Theodor Günzburg. Close confidant of Admiral Richter.
  • Senior Lieutenant Wulf Egner. Thinks the Sendari base can make a real difference in the Mediterranean.

Valkyrie Officers:[]

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Lothar Rader. Lieutenant Colonel. Lost half his squad at Anzio.

Deathstorm 3: Obliteration (DLC):[]

  • Lieutenant Karlheinz Krauss. Thinks they should use Deathstorm on civilian targets. Thinks that would bring the war to a quick conclusion.
  • Lieutenant Rudi Meckler. Hans's adjutant.

Overseers:[]

Lorino Dockyard:[]

  • Emmerich Groß. Nazi Colonel and Lorino Dockyard Overseer.

Adolph Hitler:[]

Target Führer (DLC):[]

  • Adolph Hitler. Homicidal maniac and vegetarian.

Italians[]

Infantry:[]

Bitanti Village:[]

  • Savino Lippi. Comes from Ciena.
  • Nico Bellocchi. Thinks his brother might have joined the resistance.
  • Nevio Giorgetti. Veteran of Greece.
  • Ponzio Maniero. Former Black Shirt.
  • Vittore Lamperti. Has severe burns on his lower legs.
  • Girolamo Pellegrini. Native of Ciena.
  • Manlio Leone. Comes from Ciena.
  • Celestino Balboni. Veteran of the Ethiopian campaign.
  • Elligio Calloni. Has shrapnel wound in left shoulder.
  • Vittore Greco. Veteran of Northern Africa.
  • Macario Frattini. Once met Il Duce.
  • Jovanni Cinquetti. Expectant father.
  • Lauro Gambarini. Recently fought in North Africa.
  • Serni Gatti. New recruit.

Lorino Dockyard:[]

  • Serini Tugnoli. The Partisans killed the woman he loved.
  • Piero Canfora. Jealous of Laterza's new rifle.
  • Gregorio Antinori. Injured in Greece.
  • Alido Fardella. Teetotaller.
  • Uberto Angelini. Veteran of Ethiopia.
  • Luigi Savini. Thirty-three years old. Thinks the railway line out of the Dockyard is a potential Allied target.
  • Serini Bianco. New recruit.
  • Ermenegildo Burgay. Wants to be a chemist.
  • Otello Antonelli. Son of a Colonel.
  • Danilo Belgrado. Dreamer and romantic. Always keen to share his poetry.
  • Paolo Longo. Dating a girl from Bitanti.
  • Anselmuccio Breislak. Veteran of Greece.
  • Orlando Esposito. Native of Ciena.
  • Armando Volta. Wants to be a journalist.
  • Niccolo Caputo. Veteran of North Africa.
  • Roberto Bellocchi. Collects American baseball cards.
  • Dario Rossi. Born in Bitanti.
  • Acilio Tosti. Complains of hearing problems.
  • Arsilio Dorigo. Veteran of North Africa.
  • Algiso Tenchini. Fought in Russia.
  • Balbino Gorini. Has family in Brooklyn.
  • Teobaldo Rovelli. Suffered shrapnel wound fighting in Greece.
  • Alfiero Gemelli. Son of a hairdresser.
  • Ezio Vallisneri. Fought in Abyssinia.
  • Rocco de Santis. Torched a village in Ethiopia.
  • Delfino Brocchi. Has a bullet lodged at the base of his skull.
  • Mario Moretto. Expert with mines.
  • Nunzio Canettieri. Worried his baby daughter has typhus.
  • Guido Divini. Hates the look on people's faces when he shoots them.
  • Agnello Dorigo. Previously stationed at Danane.
  • Leandro Marchetti. Former Black Shirt.
  • Ruberto D'Angelo. Veteran of the Odessa occupation.
  • Gigi Balzani. Agricultural worker from Volturnia.
  • Orlando Foschini. Defected from the Partisans to join the Fascists.
  • Guido Coppola. Keeps visiting the medic.
  • Giosue Vitale. Veteran of Greece.
  • Ettore Gemelli. Veteran of Fiume occupation.
  • Arnoldo Russo. Twenty-two years old.

Abrunza Monastery:[]

  • Allesandro Morabito. Long-standing party member.
  • Nunzio Fardella. Gambler.
  • Lorenzo De Nunzio. Veteran of Ethiopia.
  • Franco Torre. Implicated in the murder of a peasant boy.
  • Modesto Ferrari. Veteran of Yekatit 12.
  • Teobaldo Canattieri. Just turned nineteen.
  • Eduardo Malaparte. Doesn't really want to shoot Americans.
  • Guido Bellagamba. Crack shot.
  • Romano Scaccia. Son of a train driver.
  • Sergio Avolio. Orphan from Ciena.
  • Nazario Lepore. Son of a farmer from Volturnia.
  • Tonio Via. Veteran of Greece.
  • Bernardo Sera. Veteran of Greece.
  • Edmondo Quaranta. Thinks his wife might have fallen in love with a Partisan.
  • Vito Davoli. Joined the party in 1941.
  • Tristano Ferri. Notoriously clumsy.
  • Ludovic Damasio. Friend of Carlo Parisi.
  • Edmondo Fabbri. Native of Ciena.
  • Pasquale Angelini. Can't read.
  • Carlo Marchetti. The butcher's son.
  • Nevio Rovelli. Veteran of the Odessa campaign.
  • Nazario Parisi. Veteran of Greece.
  • Daichi Ponti. Injured in North Africa.
  • Ventura Cutrone. Veteran of Yugoslavia.
  • Carlo Greco. Twenty-five.
  • Savino Brocchi. Reads comics.
  • Quintino Arrighetti. Suspected of perpetrating torture.
  • Carlo Parisi. Thirty-four. Party member for twelve years.
  • Luca Mula. Saw his squad wiped out in North Africa.
  • Sergio Grasso. Agricultural worker from Volturnia.
  • Bernardo Razzano. Has a scar on his chest from Ethiopia.
  • Lorenzo Vitale. Has an egg allergy.
  • Allesandro Lombardo. Convinced he'll survive the war.
  • Allesandro Ovazza. Wonders if Hitler will simply annex Italy.
  • Delfino Mancini. New recruit.
  • Enzo Scorza. Tarantella dancer. Twenty years old.
  • Faustino Rizzi. Injured in Albania.

Deathstorm Part 1 Inception (DLC):[]

  • Ventura Triglia. Saw his squad wiped out in North Africa.
  • Vito Razzano. Comes from Cienna.
  • Edmondo Amoretti. New recruit.
  • Girolamo Pellegrini. Suspect in the kidnapping and murder of a priest.
  • Fabrizio Libonati. Seen as trustworthy by his fellow soldiers.
  • Pasquale Munafo. Shepherd from Volturnia.
  • Agenore Raggio. Son of a Partisan.
  • Santino Cordero. Former dairy farmer.
  • Vito Durante. Implicated in numerous atrocities.
  • Palmiro Attanasio. Known for his quick temper.
  • Pompeo Cartelli. Heard his cousin died fighting for the Partisans.
  • Agrippa Caminiti. Lost the bible his mother gave him.
  • Fausto Dettori. Deeply religious.

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Guerrino Schiavone. Ex-officer. Refused to shoot unarmed civilians. Demoted.
  • Lucio Bianchi. Fears he will die afraid and alone.
  • Fernando Magrini. Tries to avoid Carlo Miotto at all costs.
  • Enzo Rizzi. Sustained a shrapnel wound in Sicily.
  • Benedetto Fornoni. Long-standing fascist.
  • Carlo Miotto. Suffers from severe flatulence.
  • Giuseppe Ruspoli. Likes to make his victims scream before he kills them.
  • Claudio Seganti. Has twice escaped Allied captivity. Fellow soldiers tell jokes about what he had to do to escape.
  • Teobaldo Dorigo. Thinks the Nazis should assassinate Churchill.
  • Rafaello Zemella. Keeps a copy of Machiavelli's 'The Prince' by his bed. Will read it some day.
  • Fosco Dentino. Saw the Nazis testing some weird looking gun.
  • Nero Pavesi. Keeps a picture of his young daughter beside his bunk.
  • Furio Guerci. Paranoid he'll get shot in the balls.
  • Giorgio Lucchini. Secretly learning English - just in case.
  • Nevio Gatti. Veteran of North Africa.
  • Cesare Ettore. Fears his wife is cheating on him while he risks his life fighting for their future.
  • Ventura Stendardo. Constantly worried about his uncle Eugenio.
  • Giovanni Di Briona. Really doesn't want to die here.
  • Fausto Ferazzani. Worries his friend Dino is drinking himself to an early grave.
  • Celso Ranalli. Constantly talks about Mussolini.
  • Angelo Serini. Veteran of Africa. Doesn't think the Italians have a hope of winning the war.
  • Giuseppe Anonni. Blames the Regia Marina for the current state of the war.
  • Gedeone Ramella. Reckons Dr. Galvani glows in the dark.
  • Davino Parodi. Used to work in a hotel. Once carried Clara Petacci's briefcase.
  • Luciano Infascelli. War has aged him.
  • Loris Raveda. His father lost the family farm when the dam burst in '28.
  • Uranio Puccio. Fought with Altimari in France. Wouldn't trust him to polish his boots.
  • Luciano Pluda. Wonders if he'll see Mother Mary when he dies.
  • Massimo Scarpetta. Thinks the Germans are glory hunters.
  • Stefano Prodi. Concerned Hitler will simply annex Italy.
  • Agostino Fucci. Worried he'll be sent to fight on the Winter Line.
  • Nunzio Torre. His heart keeps racing.
  • Evasio Daffara. Thinks his mother is a Partisan informer.

RSI Paracadutisti:[]

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Paolo Rossitto. Used to be a cobbler. Still makes shoes for street kids.
  • Olindo Ruzzin. Killed an entire foxhole of Allied GI's with a lucky grenade. Brags about it.
  • Roberto Giudice. Former Falgore Division paratrooper. Fought at El Alamein against the British.
  • Amedeo Gorrini. Was wounded in the cavalry charge at Isbushenskij on the Eastern Front.
  • Dino Guidi. Lost his wife and unborn daughter when the Allies bombed Rome. Has turned to drink.
  • Carlo Covre. Single-handedly took out an American tank at the Battle of Anzio, killing all it's crew.
  • Francesco Cucchi. Conscripted chef from Padua. Despairs at what he's given to cook.
  • Prospero Guzzanti. Committed fascist.
  • Amedeo Bonfatti. Doesn't trust the Germans, and thinks they are using Italy as a pawn in the war.
  • Rinaldo Drago. Lost his younger brother on the Winter Line.
  • Elio Adami. Lived in Taranto. Witnessed the British surprise attack which crippled the Regia Marina.
  • Riccardo Seganti. Secretly a Pagan. Worships ancient Roman deities at nearby shrines.
  • Carlo Savini. Conscript. Medical student at the University before the Nazis took over.
  • Alberto Ponti. Hasn't received a letter in seven months.
  • Silverio Falcone. Worries the Mafia will re-emerge if Mussolini is defeated.
  • Natalino Sterzi. Expecting his first child. Hopes his daughter will be proud of him.
  • Donato Liceti. His ambition is to drive a train for a living.
  • Bruno Bartolozzi. Former member of the Decima Flottiglia MAS. Took part in the raid on Alexandria.
  • Roberto Parisi. Color blind.

Snipers:[]

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Virgilio Torresti. Crack shot, and the winner of several marksmanship contests.
  • Fosco Sammartino. Sniper. Struggles to contain his dislike for the Nazis.
  • Medoro Scalise. Recently promoted.
  • Enrico Leotta. Maintains he's killed 99 Allies. Has a bottle of Monte Nasca awaiting his 100th kill.
  • Cipriano Scordato. Sniper. Known for being a bit twitchy.
  • Egidio Bonzano. Veteran of Africa. Was impressed by the tenacity of the British in battle.
  • Alberto Visintini. Responsible for a number of Allied casualties during the Battle of Gela.

Officers:[]

Bitanti Village:[]

  • Lieutenant Tristano Bellocchi. Veteran of Greece.

Lorino Dockyard:[]

  • Lieutenant Umberto Strinati. Veteran of Greece.
  • Lieutenant Jenoah Coiro. Has a drinking problem.

Abrunza Monastery:[]

  • Piero Capo. Sadistic Black Brigade leader.
  • Lieutenant Terzo Picano. Famous for his sadism.
  • Lieutenant Ottavio Restuccia. Despises the Germans.
  • Lieutenant Franco Bellagamba. Has his suspicions about which side the Abbot is really on.

Deathstorm 1: Inception (DLC):[]

  • Ursino Gulla. Son of a restaraunteur.

Deathstorm 2: Infiltration (DLC):[]

  • Mario Bandini. Led a squad in the Italian invasion of Somaliland. Highly decorated in that campaign.
  • Leonardo Gaucci. Served in Russia in the Tridentina Division. Survived the battle of Nikolajewka.
  • Tullio Cuscuna. Former mechanic from Rome. Shot a Polish airman as he attempted to surrender.
  • Germano Forlani. Frustrated by the lack of proper provisions assigned to his squad.
  • Lieutenant Vasco Scorsone. Rendered unconscious by a stray bullet. Spend a day in a ditch, covered by corpses.
  • Lieutenant Gaddo Lombardo. Just heard his nephew's been killed.
  • Lieutenant Fabrizio Bianco. Suspects his brother has joined the Partisans.
  • Lieutenant Guido Varano. Double-crossed his own sister.
  • Egidio Bonzano. Served in WWI as a foot soldier. Has seen enough of war to last him a lifetime.
  • Antonio Cavalli. Recently returned from the Balkans, where he oversaw brutal anti-Partisan actions.

Harbor Master:[]

Lorino Dockyard:[]

  • Gino Laterza. Corrupt official. Would sacrifice anything to save his own skin.

Partisans:[]

Bitanti Village:[]

  • Ruberto Bellochi. Partisan and committed communist.
  • Delfino Brocchi. From Bitanti. Son of a baker. Partisan soldier.
  • Guido Divini. Former soldier, now Partisan.
  • Teobaldo Rovelli. Partisan soldier from Volturnia.

Abrunza Monastery:[]

  • Romano Cutrone. Veteran of Greece.
  • Ambrogio Crespo. Former soldier, now Partisan.
  • Ponzio Calloni. Son of a boat-maker.
  • Bardo Tugnoli. Partisan soldier from Volturnia.
  • Guido Prodi. Former soldier, now Partisan.
  • Bernardo Avolio. Expectant father.

Giovi Fiorini Mansion:[]

  • Giosue Vitale. Partisan soldier.
  • Onofrio Rovelli. Partisan soldier. From Volturnia. His brother was killed in Bitanti.
  • Leandro Marchetti. Committed Partisan, was training to be a priest.
  • Silvestro Parisi. Partisan soldier and communist. Wants to be a politician.
  • Mansueto Tosti. Partisan. Ex-soldier.
  • Pepe Lombardo. Son of a Black Brigade soldier from Lorino.
  • Lucio Baptiste. Partisan soldier. Has a wife called Beatrice and a young daughter.
  • Uberto Angelini. Former Italian army soldier, now committed Partisan.
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