In the year 1972, in an alternate world where German Scientist named Einstein constructed a chronosphere to go back into time to defeat both Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin, thus erasing World War 2 from time completely, and with the help of American President Michael Dugan, appointed the last Blood of the Romanov Family, Alexander as the Soviet Premier. Unfortunately, what they did'nt know is that Romanov is planning to launch an all out attack on the United States, wanting to wipe it from the Earth, however, the Americans are retaliating, but, Romanov's adviser Yuri compromised their defenses. Whatever happens now and then, only one force will remain standing.
Did You Know?
President Dugan's first name, and the name of the French General (seen only before the 5th Allied mission), are never mentioned in the Allied campaign. During the Soviet campaign, reporters briefly mention Michael Dugan and Rene Lyon. The British Prime Minister and the German Chancellor (seen before the 5th Allied mission) are never named at all. See more
Yuri is supposed to be a Russian, but Udo Kier
's German accent often comes through when he speaks. This may be deliberate, as no one in the story really knows where Yuri is from. See more
Gen. Ben Carville
[the intro to Operation: Eagle Dawn
Well, I've gotta hand it to you kid. I've never seen Tanya stick her neck out for anybody. She's on an assignment back home, but she asked me to convey any regards she can muster. Oh, and you really impressed those Germans too. So, in appreciation, their chancellor has put us in touch with their leading citizen. Doctor Einstein, you still there?
Prof. Albert Einstein
[drawing something on his chalkboard
Ja. Ja. I am here, one moment. Well, commander. You know of course, that war ...
In the "Command and Conquer: First Decade" version of the game the scene in the intro where the Statue of Liberty is struck by a Soviet missile and the head breaks off is cut, instead the new scene has a super imposed picture of an already destroyed Statue of Liberty in it's place. See more