Herr Zussman (by Pierson in Collateral Damage)
|Appears in||Call of Duty: WWII|
|Rank||Private First Class|
|Affiliations||United States Army|
1st Platoon, 1st Infantry Division
16th Infantry Regiment
|Birth||1923, Eastern Europe|
Raised in Chicago, Illinois, United States (age 22 as of 1945)
|Height||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
|Weight||180 lbs (82 kg)|
|Marks||Scar on stomach by German soldier in "D-Day"|
|Weapon||M1 Garand, 1911|
|Timeline||World War II Timeline|
|Level||All except The Rhine|
- "Back home, you wanna settle something, you do it head on. It's the only way to earn respect."
- — Robert Zussman
Robert Zussman was born in 1923 and raised throughout his childhood in Chicago. He is from a German-Jewish family. Consequentially, he was street smart. During his time in the army, he befriends Private Ronald Daniels during basic training. He also can somewhat speak German, thanks to his German-Jewish heritage.
He fights along side with Ronald "Red" Daniels throughout the campaign. In Collateral Damage, his platoon learns that he is German and that he can speak German. He is later captured in Ambush by German soldiers and Daniels tries to save him, but fails to save him. He is sent to a P.O.W camp and then sent to Jewish P.O.W Labor camp runned by Metz. In the Epilogue, he is rescued by his 1st Infantry Division platoon from being executed by Metz. He is seen badly beaten and malnourished. He is later seen recovering in a U.S. Army hospital and thanks Daniels for saving his life.
During gameplay, he can give the player health packs, which can be used to restore the players health when needed.