--- KAISER - father, oberst (colonel), nazi, 49.
LORELEI KAISER - mother, deceased.
--- KAISER - sister, 20.
--- KAISER - sister, 18.
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Evangeline Lorelei Kaiser was born on a cold Winter night in Berlin, Germany. She was the Kaiser's first child, a healthy and bouncing baby girl. The First World War had ended and Germany was in an economic slump, but the Kaiser's were happy parents and ready to make the best of a bad situation. Evangeline's father had been a soldier in the First World War, and was lucky to have made it out alive. Evangeline, to the Kaiser's was a blessing and the start of a new beginning.
Evangeline was doted upon by her parents, to the best of their abilities. When she was four years old, her first sister was born - followed by another when she was six. Unfortunately, daughter number three was the baby that killed her mother. Her mother passed during childbirth, leaving Evangeline's father to care for three young girls all on his own.
As the oldest, even though six years old can hardly be considered old, Evangeline was expected to take care of her darling sisters. Which she did, as long as she had the most of her father's attention. As long as he held her the most, kissed her the most and played with her the most - even after a long, hard day's work - she would do whatever he said. Their living was not ideal during this period, but things soon got better as tensions started to rise in Europe, as ironic as that was.
Now that there was a reason to have an Army, Evangeline's father started to work his way up back through the ranks and by 1931, he was a Major in the German Army and was making a substantial amount of money. A very dedicated supporter of the Nazi party, his girls were raised on Nazi ideals. Evangeline took to them instantly because her father said so, her two sisters... not so much.
By 1936, when Evangeline was 18, her father was an Oberst (Colonel) and their lifestyle had certainly changed. They had plenty of benefits, a large home in Berlin, and were a respected and well-known family in the Nazi regime. Evangeline started to step out on her own now that she was old enough, with the desire to get away from her incredibly annoying sisters.
She soon became a very 'worldy' person, spending her nights with whatever male would have her at various clubs in Berlin - which her father wasn't happy about, but he was rarely home as war broke out. As long as Evangeline had attention from someone, she was as happy as could be, even though her father implored her to take better care of her sisters. She couldn't be bothered with such a responsibility though, she was having too much fun living her own life
off of her father's money.
She acquired a job of her own eventually as a lounge singer at a club frequented by some of the higher ranking nazi officers, the perfect environment for her. It is a bit like a hunting ground for her, she is constantly on the lookout for men who might make a suitable husband, though she has little intentions of actually getting married.
While the war may be raging on, and these so-called 'Extras are causing a stir, Evangeline could care less as long as it doesn't affect her. And even if it did start to take a toll on her (like the fact that she's constantly worried about her father), she chooses to ignore it and never let it show.