Kremlin (Russian: Кремль) is a Russian word for "fortress" or "citadel", and used to refer to various fortified centres of medieval Russian cities. The most famous of these is of course the Kremlin in Moscow. Originally built as a royal palace complex, it is now the main administrative building of Soviet Union.
The Kremlin was a Soviet capital building and a working place of Premier Romanov and his assistant Yuri. At the end of the war, Tanya managed to infiltrate it and capture Romanov (operation Chrono Storm).
|The following is based on the Soviet campaign for Red Alert 2 and some details might contradict canon.|
In the Soviet campaign, the whole Kremlin and Premier Romanov was under control by Yuri. Since there was no way to stop Yuri's mind power and his controlled troops, the Kremlin was destroyed by superb tactic of an elite commander, and Yuri's threat was neutralized (operation Red Revolution).
Later was discovered that in the basement of this building was a secretly developed Time Machine (developed by Gregor Zelinsky) which General Krukov and Anatoly Cherdenko used to change history, bringing the Soviet Union from the brink of defeat in Great World War III.
Erasing Einstein, it caused alternations in the timeline: the Russian military HQ was no longer in the old Kremlin Palace building, but in a newly built skyscraper with a great statue of Lenin on top.
|The following is based on the Soviet campaign of Red Alert 3 and contradicts canon sources.|
In the Soviet campaign the skyscraper was reputedly under attack by Krukov's Twinblade trying to kill Premier Cherdenko. Yet, he survived and later it was discovered that it was a plan of Cherdenko to eliminate Krukov.
|The following is based on the Empire of the Rising Sun campaign for Red Alert 3 and contradicts canon sources.|
In the Empire campaign, the new skyscraper HQ and the Time Machine were destroyed while escaping with high-ranking officers on board a Twinblade, preventing its activation and altering the Empire history (operation Crumble Kremlin Crumble).