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Klaus Kreutz
Klaus
Country of Origin Germany
Date of Death November 15, 1960
Sex Male
Nationality German
Occupation
  • Nazi (Formerly)
  • Member of the Kreisau Circle
  • Fate Deceased
    Portrayer Ken Lally
    Appearance(s) Wolfenstein: The New Order

    Klaus Kreutz is a former Nazi and a member of the Kreisau Circle in Wolfenstein: The New Order.

    HistoryEdit

    Klaus Kreutz, a former Nazi and now a member of the resistance, has a long, dark history with the Nazi regime. While he was a Nazi, he and his wife were trying desperately to have a child. Eventually Klaus' wife was pregnant and gave birth to a son but he was born with a club foot. Klaus knew what would happened if the child was found out to have a birth defect. Despite his efforts to cover it up the Gestapo were informed and proceeded to kill his wife and child, thus leaving Klaus with a hatred of the Nazis.

    The New OrderEdit

    Klaus became the guardian and caretaker of Max Hass, a pacifist member of the resistance whom he regards as a son. He established a grudging relationship with B.J. after the latter attacked him, mistaking Klaus for a Nazi given that he retained a tattoo of the swastika in which he intended on removing it.

    He is fatally wounded by Nazi commandos under Frau Engel in a raid of the resistance base, while B.J. was returning from a mission in London. Although Max Hass took him to the helicopter, he died shortly after they reach safety.

    Personality & TraitsEdit

    Klaus is known to be a very dark character, obviously because of his past affiliation with the Nazis; however he's also been known to be a somewhat nice person to certain people like his comrades and especially to Max Hass. When he found out he was going to be a father prior to him becoming a member of the Kreisau Circle, he considered his child according to Caroline Becker as a "miracle".

    Trivia Edit

    • Although he is supposed to be a native German, he speaks with an audible Austrian accent.
    • Klaus' surname is misspelled as "Kruetz" in his section of Blazkowicz's journal.
    • He keeps a 1946 version of the Luger in his shoulder holster, rather than the 1960 version. This could imply he left the Nazis relatively soon after the end of the war, or at least before the 'modern' technological innovations.

    Gallery Edit

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