Hutter was an officer with the Nazi Schutzstaffel during World War II who was instructed by Adolf Hitler to examine Johann Schmidt's HYDRA facilities. However, when Hutter discovered that Schmidt intended to betray Hitler and threatened to shut down his work, they were all then vaporized by Schmidt.
Serving Adolf Hitler
Betrayed by Johann Schmidt
Hutter joined the Nazis under Adolf Hitler's command, and over time he achieved the rank of Sturmbanführer (Major) in the Nazi Schutzstaffel. He had conducted at least one act of bravery during combat, and had also been trained as a combat medic. In 1943, Hutter and his two superior officers were sent by Adolf Hitler to Johann Schmidt's base to question him about the progress in developing advanced weapons for the Third Reich. During the tour over the base, while Schmidt spoke with Roeder and Schneider, Hutter was intrigued by the unusual uniforms and equipment used by the soldiers of HYDRA.
When Schmidt showed his visitors the Tesseract powered cannon developed by his scientists, they weren't impressed. Instead, they thought that Schmidt is mad for claiming that he harnessed the power of the gods. When Hutter saw Berlin marked as one of Schmidt's targets on a map, he realized that Schmidt intends to overthrow the Führer. A moment later, Schmidt used his new weapon to vaporize Hutter and his colleagues, showing his breakaway from Nazi Germany. Just before being vaporized, Hutter threatened Schmidt with severe punishment for his treachery, to the extent that he would have been brought before Hitler himself to be dealt with.
- Luger P08: Hutter was armed with the standard Luger P08 pistol used by members of the armed forces of Nazi Germany.
- Uniform: During World War II, Hutter used a dark gray SS uniform, wearing the rank insignia of Sturmbanführer (Major). He wore several military and political decorations on his uniform, including the Iron Cross Second Class ribbon and the German Red Cross ribbon.
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