One note I believe that somewher in FFG's version of the fluf, Agerr is called an Unteroffizer, which is WW2 equlivent of a Corporal, but in TOY's version he's a Hauptman (Captain) so in a way we're all worng.
Here is the treaslation it's still really rough, if I have time I'll go through and fix it but this will give you idea of the events that earned van der Agerr (which was originally spelled van der Hagerr by TOY)
Sorry it's so rough, but my French is awful.
DISCOVERING THE AMULET
Patmos, September 2, 1949
The room that interested both the Marquis General Hermann Von Heïzinger ranged the heart of the necropolis of Patmos and was last occupied by one of its teams. It took two weeks of tough negotiations between the responsible "official" Site, Professor Hans Kamler, and Captain Van der Agerr, appointed by the Marquis to organize the dig site with the teacher. During this time, the level where there was the mysterious room was as abandoned.
The insistence of Van der Agerr (and perhaps also the fear that could inspire the Marquis and his lieutenant Karl Zermann) had paid off: Kamler had assigned, and the team could study the general audience.
Van der Agerr sighed by crushing his cigarette butt. Frame these archaeologists were far from passion, and it was long time here. He patted on the shoulder of one of the soldiers who accompanied him to say he was going to take a break in the light of day when he heard one of the scientists to push a cry of surprise. The captain turned quickly, his hand on the butt of his MG42 "Spandau," but there was no apparent danger.
In terms of threat, van der Agerr saw the archaeologist fall backwards at the tomb of a knight that he had opened. But the strangest was the blue light coming from inside the tomb. When the Captain came to see what it contained, he could not believe his eyes. Inside lay the body of a man, probably a knight under his clothes. However, the body of this man was more like that of someone died there two or three days instead of a thousand year old corpse. He held in his hands a two-handed sword decorated with strange inscriptions on the blade and was on his neck the fragment of a pendant which seemed older than the catacombs themselves. Without taking his eyes from the grave, van der Agerr spoke to one of the men:
"- Go get the general right now. Tell him we found what he wanted."
When he heard the news, General Von Heïzinger and Lieutenant Karl Zermann ran as fast as possible. Archaeologists had to work again, and began to study the inscriptions on the grave. The Marquis was overwhelmed with excitement when he saw the tomb and blue aura that filled the entire room. He approached the van der Agerr, who had not moved since the discovery.
"- Good job, Hauptmann, said the marquis. You have done well to warn me ...
- Thank you, Herr General, said Van der Agerr. I knew you would attend this discovery. "
But the marquis was not listening to what he really said the captain, nor he paid attention to the archaeologists who worked in the room. Its whole mind was concentrated on the piece of pendant worn by the knight. He saw only the amulet, nothing else mattered.
"- That this object... “ Karl said to the Marquis...
“This amulet this power is key, I'm sure! Do not you feel, Karl?”
- If, in general, said Zermann. This artifact has great power. But we should wait for men to have finished before the study...
- No, Karl! The Marquis went into a rage at the mere thought of having wait one second before you get your hands on this relic, which called for days. I must have it now! "
Von Heïzinger snatched the amulet of the knight's neck and felt with intense satisfaction the power to invade the artifact. Suddenly the ground shook under the feet of the team. The ground cracks throughout the room. The Marquis threw worried glances between the amulet and exit, but neither he nor the other n'eurent time to get out when the ground collapsed and they fell into obscurity.
They landed a few meters down on the stone. Van der Agerr went around men: everyone was fine, with a few bumps and bruises. Zermann Marquis helped him up. The general stood firmly fragment of amulet in his hand. He watched where they were. It was a crypt round, about two times larger than the room where they were before. There were huge rock pillars at each corner of the room. At its center, General distinguish a huge block of stone. As he approached, he realized he a sarcophagus was even older than the graves they saw previously, and placed vertically. He was kept sealed by the many chains. The Marquis would get even, but his lieutenant, who felt a threatening presence, recalled: "- General, are you sure of what you do?
- Do not worry, Karl, said the marquis. We will enter History! "
The Marquis took a step further. Instinctively Zermann and van der Agerr gave discrete orders to their men to surround the sarcophagus if he constitutes a danger. Suddenly, the amulet vibration and the Marquis looked, aback. The hand that held the artifact was going against his will into the sarcophagus. Chains around him fell, and the sarcophagus opened. There was a cloud of smoke, and a figure came out at last. That saw the Marquis then surpassed all his expectations. The Colossus was imprisoned here for centuries were so great and impressive that it inspired the even fear in the minds of Zermann. His hands, which could easily have enter two human heads were terminated by claws that seemed too sharp as steel. When the devil finally opened his eyes red of blood, he looked first Zermann and van der Agerr, the soldiers around him, and archaeologists petrified with terror. He stared at the amulet and then
Marquis and groaned loudly before approaching him.
"- You ... The demon pointed to the Marquis of his claws. Who are you to dare release Korgonagoss and hope to control it with this amulet? You can not against me, poor insects! "
The devil came and struck the marquis, who was thrown at the other end of the crypt. Van der Agerr and the soldiers fired, but did not seem Korgonagoss feel the bullets on him. He walked over to the scientists, paralyzed by fear, and killed them all in two claws. With superhuman speed, he arrived behind a soldier and beheaded him. Zermann fired a few shots with his Borchardt who sparkled more than ever, then took the Marquis in his shoulder and cried towards Van der Agerr:
"- We cannot beat it! Even my weapon cannot hurt him! It
must leave now!
- Go with the general lieutenant! Van der Agerr continued to fire at the demon with his MG42 to no avail. We'll cover you! Climb the rubble to return to the room and out quickly!
- You do not run away! Korgonagoss was mad with rage at the attack desperate. I will take this amulet, after drinking your blood! "
The schocktruppen regrouped in front of their captain and continued to fire to slow down the demon who walked, insensitive to pain and thinking only the amulet. Von Heïzinger came to his senses. At last he had before him a being of Underworld, but despite all the hopes he had had about the amulet, he could not control him ... He took one last look behind him by climbing over the rubble, but it was the disappointment of not being able to control a demon can destroy the Union on its own overlooking the respect and sacrifice after all natural to his men. Zermann held out his hand, and climbed on top of what had become a bloody arena.
With each step, Korgonagoss killed a soldier. He traced a path lined with cadavers before arriving at Van der Agerr. The captain fired all his ammunition. After his heavy weapon empty, the devil smiled and gave him a blow to torso. His uniform was torn, and the captain found himself thrown against one of pillars of the crypt.
"- I had not killed so long ... I think I'll have a little fun with you, before you take care of your master, Korgonagoss said the captain. "
Van der Agerr was ready to die. He knew he had no chance against this monstrous beast. In rising, he laid his hand on something cold.
The captain took the object. It was the sword that the knight was in his grave, and the inscriptions on the blade shone with a soft blue light. The captain took it. With a new force, van der Agerr said that there was perhaps a hope, and pointed the sword of the devil.
"- I will not let you kill me so easily, demon, says Van der Agerr. A soldier of the Reich is anything but a weak and a coward. - But you are a mortal, Korgonagoss said, laughing. Do you think this ridiculous gun hurt me more than your toys?
- There is only one way to find out ... Come and see for yourself! "Captain charged, and the devil. Korgonagoss tried to hit Van der Agerr who managed to dodge the blow, before planting his sword in the chest known daemon. Korgonagoss retreated, screaming in pain and surprise.
"- How dare you! Hurting a servant of Nosféro! You will pay for this insult! I'll tear you apart!
- Sorry, but I have to go, 'said the captain. Another time, perhaps! "
Van der Agerr took advantage of the weak moment of Korgonagoss to run to the rubble. Before climbing, he turned and saw the demon coming towards him surrounded by a mysterious aura. The captain went out of his pockets three grenades and threw them on the pillars of the crypt. He climbed as quickly as possible when grenades exploded, collapsing the rest of the room on the devil. Van der Agerr climbed in extremis at the top, and rolled to the galleries while the entire area collapsed behind him. The captain got up, dusted and lit a cigarette. "I'm not ready to forget you, you," he said, examining the wound inflicted Korgonagoss the torso and slightly shining.
At the exit of the catacombs, and Von Heïzinger Zermann were still being talk about what they had to live when General van der Agerr saw the joining. The Marquis and his lieutenant joined him, surprised to see their Captain alive.
"You're late, Captain" ironically launched the Marquis.
- I was very lucky to get out alive, Herr General, said van der Agerr. I managed to hurt him with the sword, and I escaped. All part of the catacombs collapsed on him after I threw him grenades ... I think it is quiet now.
- It sounds like you are a true hero, Hauptmann, said the marquis. The Kaiser will be happy, Van der Agerr. Very happy. I'll get you a medal for this, worth a small medal that beautifully decorates your uniform. What ditesvous?
- ... Thank you, General! It is an honor you do me!
- It is quite normal in view of your achievements today, Captain ... Wait a minute ... Von Heïzinger pointed to the injury of captain, shining like the scars Zermann. How have you done that?
- Korgonagoss It struck me, General. A souvenir, as it were.
- Interesting ... But go take a rest, Captain, you seem ... tired. But first, let me see this sword, it might be useful later.”
- At your orders, Herr General. Goodbye, General. Goodbye, sir. "
The Marquis Von Heïzinger looked again the amulet which had not left while looking back at the strange injury Van der Agerr. He turned to his lieutenant and said: "- This Captain is really a hero of the Reich. What do you think?
- He defended well, generally admitted Zermann. But he also got lucky, very lucky.
- Good luck or a curse ... It is the study of this sword that will tell!"
The car finally arrived for the Marquis, taking Zermann of his thoughts. He opened Von Heïzinger’s door and sat in the back. While his captain took place next to the driver, the general still thought van der Agerr. This brand ... is a sign of fate, I must keep an eye on the captain, he said. Then he came out again the amulet from his pocket and shivered as he felt the power contained therein. He smiled and storage. It was close to the goal and had only to decipher the clues of the amulet. Thus, he, Hermann Von Heïzinger will be the first to discover and control the power of one four cardinal Obscure, and perhaps to become the new Reichdoktor the Obscura Korps ...