The Diary of Anne Frankenstein
During World War II, in an attempt to gain advantage over the Allies, Hitler's scientists conducted heinous experiments on hundreds of captured Jews, trying to merge humans with machines. They labored in the bowels of his bunker, beneath the streets of Berlin, to create super powered engines that would run on a mixture of living blood and diesel. With these engines he would power machines of war capable of crushing the Allied forces, and give rise to his most dangerous army yet, The Blood Reich. But, despite funneling huge resources into the top secret project, every attempt had failed, and every test subject had died.
On April 30th 1945, the war was all but lost. The Soviets had invaded Berlin, pushing the last of Hitlers command into hiding in the bunker. While preparing for his suicide, Hitler is notified that a young jewish girl, taken from a nearby concentration camp, survived the barbaric operation, and has become the first human to be embeded in a Dieselmech suit. Comatose and unresponsive yet somehow alive, the carburetor heart was pumping in her chest.
Hitler called all his remaining men into action. With the secret to the engine unlocked, he would now be able to merge his elite SS soldiers with hundreds of armor suits and experimental vehicles hidden below Berlin. The Blood Reich would rise from the ashes of defeat.