Born in 1911, Reinhard Galt grew up on the brutal streets of a Germany ruined by war and economic depression. Attracted by Hitler's theories of racial superiority, Galt joined the SS at eighteen. He was quickly chosen for officer candidate school, and served with distinction in Poland and France, earning the Iron Cross 1st Class with Oak Leaves and Swords. This distinction also made his commanding officer jealous, and Galt found himself transferred to the Karotechia before the invasion of Russian in 1941.
The Karotechia assigned Galt to "special tasks", the looting and theft of artifacts and tomes in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Galt also carried out the assassinations of enemy agents, including the murder of two Delta Green agents in Algeria. While Galt recieved kudos for acquiring more finds than any other agent of the Karotechia, the self-centered young officer soon realized the true power of the forces he was involved with, and was never above retaining certain items and knowledge for his own benefit.
In 1945, SS-Oberführer Galt lead an expedition into the Belgian Congo to find the Anziques tribe spoken of in Pigafetta's Regnum Congo. Neither he nor any member of the expedition were ever seen again.
References: Delta Green, pp. 106-109
|STR: 16||DEX: 14||CON: 18||SIZ: 14||INT: 15|
|APP: 17||POW: 12||EDU: 14||SAN: 60||HP: 16|
[CAMPAIGN] [RULES] [EQUIPMENT] [SCENARIOS] [RESOURCES]