Hunting in WWII
The date is January 30th, 1933. Hitler has just been elected as Chancellor of Germany. On that very night, in secret, he signs into action The Secret Initiave Act, known only in select groups as Project Argus. Though it is speculated that said group already existed in the Nazi party, before the bill was signed, it was not of yet, recognized by the government. Even afterwards, knowledge of the group’s existence was on a need to know basis. One of the first acts of the SIA, was the formation of Troop 420, a small unit of civilians hand-chosen by the Nazi government, to partake in their move secretive and sensitive cases. It was hoped that even if enemies of the state were to discover Troop 420, they would be unable to connect them to Project Argus on the Nazi government. This is their story.