September 2nd, 1945, fall of the National Socialist German Workers' Party, more commonly known as the Nazi Party.
During the Second World War the German Nazi regime carried out a series of medical experiments on large numbers of prisoners in its concentration camps. Under the direction of Dr. Eduard Wirths, the boundaries of modern science were pushed to their limits and even for today’s standards their science was way ahead of its time. Free from ethical barriers, human experimentation was carried out on thousands of prisoners at Auschwitz and other camps. These experiments allowed them to carry out research on the human body, previously believed to be unattainable. People were injected with radiation, poisons and bones, muscles, and nerves were transplanted from one prisoner to another, all to create a super-human race of Nazi soldiers.
Research stopped when Wirths was captured by the allies at the end of the war and held in custody by British forces. He killed himself to ensure his research never became public knowledge. What no one knew was that although he was dead, his work lived on in others, a small number of Nazi scientist managed to flee with his work.
May 23rd, 2006, old and frail, the surviving scientists meet for the first time in half a century. They have been living in the shadows, protecting the secrets of Nazi science, waiting for the day when the Nazi Party takes power again and they can be useful. But as death nears they have given up on their false hopes and vow to remind the world of Germany’s power. Working non-stop in abandoned buildings, they combine Wirths research to build a symbol, a symbol of Nazi power. A virus, a virus to wipe clean the world of its “impurity”; blacks, browns, yellows and Jews. Only the Arians shall survive. Upon completion, they spread the air born virus in heavily populated areas and take their own lives, knowing only they could cure it.
February 2007, the virus, inactivated as of yet, merges with the Influenza virus and becomes activated. Dubbed the ‘Super Flu’, the virus infects indiscriminately.