Xavier March: A detective in the Kriminalpolizei and a Sturmbannführer (major) in the SS, March (nicknamed "Zavi" by his friends) is a 41-year-old divorcé living in Berlin. He has one son, Pili, who lives with March's ex-wife, Klara. Both of March's grandfathers died in the First World War, his father was mortally injured serving in the Kaiserliche Marine, the Imperial German Navy, and his mother was killed in a bombing raid in 1942. March served on a U-Boat in the war and became a U-Boat captain in 1946. After the war, his marriage ended quickly. Having served as a U-boat Captain during the war he passed into the police force and rose through the ranks to detective. By 1964 he is a Sturmbannfuhrer in the SS, the equivalent of a Major and is unknowingly being watched by the Gestapo.
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