Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1963) was a German-born theoretical physicist. He is best known for his theory of relativity and specifically mass–energy equivalence, expressed by the equation E = mc2.

Albert Einstein nearly became involved with time travel a lot sooner than he did, from 1917-1933 he was director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physics, and therefore was probably the intended recipient of plans for the original Charlesworthy Engine from the man with the plans.

However, the fact of the matter is that Einstein did not become involved with time travel until 1948, when he attempted to avert World War Two, and the Holocaust, by travelling back in time using his prototype Einstein gateway to travel to 1925 to assassinate Adolf Hitler outside Landsberg Prison. This somewhat rash action is held by the Nazis to be what started Extended WWII. However, Hugh Charlesworthy and others hold that the SS Zeitkommando must have been formed prior to this, since in order for the SS to have existed to prevent the death of Hitler, those operatives must already have been free agents.

Einstein was quickly contacted by Hugh Charlesworthy and persuaded to work for Department T of British Military Intelligence fighting in the so called Extended WWII.

After Department T was shut down by the British Government in 1961, Einstein returned to his home in America. He died two years later caused by the rupture of an aortic aneurysm, which had previously been diagnosed and twice reinforced.