In the Second World War against Stalin's war machine, the Chronosphere was an invaluable asset for the Allied Forces. Following the war's conclusion Albert Einstein continued to improve upon the Chronosphere from his Black Forest laboratory, effectively removing the drawbacks the previous iteration had. Chrono vortexes would no longer appear, nor would personnel inside vehicles become lost in the teleportation. Additionally, more units can now be teleported at once.
The new and improved Chronosphere would not be ready for use until late in the Third World War, but once deployed it turned the tide in the Allies' favour, much as it did in the Second World War.
"You are aware, ja, of my Chronosphere, a device which is capable of moving matter through time und through space!"
- Professor Einstein
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