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Nazi Germany Military Projects

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posted on Aug, 14 2004 @ 10:42 PM
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This is a great site with artists conceptions of Nazi suoer planes in action.

www.luft46.com...

The Gotha P.60A






posted on Aug, 15 2004 @ 12:41 AM
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Those are good conceptions, but whats with the cylindrical tube on the top of the wing? Is there a purpose to it?



posted on Dec, 4 2008 @ 07:03 PM
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it is true that the word NUKE comes to mind when we are talking about american power. But not many know that the nuke bomb was already in the hands of the Nazis about 2 months or more before the allies. They discovered the element and the amount of the element they need to make an atom bomb. But hitler canceled the project, because he said that the blitzkrieg was invincible. But he was wrong and when scientist started to make the actual bomb it was too late. Before Germany was defeated, the scientists that worked on the canceled nuclear program were starting to work on another bomb. The Hydrogen Bomb, they were already exploring this idea theoretically. Something not to be seen for decades to come.



posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 01:39 AM
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what UTTER TWADDLE -

first the error of fact - the first H-bomb was not veveloped " decades later " but in fact only 7 years - 1952 to be precise

next the error of logic - do you actually believe that even AASUMING that the nazis had a fission bomb [ A-BOMB ] at an advanced stage of defepolment - and abandoned the project - that they would just ignore the previous supposedly validated work and start out from scratch on a totally different project that was only a theory ? when defeat was staring them in the face



posted on Jul, 14 2009 @ 08:19 AM
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posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 03:04 PM
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The Stealth Bombers Prototypes were pretty cool for the 40s



posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 09:32 PM
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The German nuke program seems never to have been planned correctly.
A long range bomber was never advanced.
The luft46 has a Japan counterpart with a six engine bomber for the west coast.
Rocket development needed help from Von Braun to achieve more engine
power to reach London.
So no way if you remember seeing the first nukes.
The nukes may have been under development in Europe but evidently
not usable even if fully developed as some think in Norway.

German sea launch history
One can find subs with compressed air silos just as the Trident subs have.
We got the technology from the Nazis.
The Electro-U boat may have have new long range atomic, non nuclear,
electrical generator initially developed from 1914 technology.

Jet development floundered but there was the even faster Foo with
instantaneous speed in any direction.
This caught the attention of intel to make the Foo technology the highest of
secrets still unknown.



posted on Sep, 8 2009 @ 04:15 PM
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Germany lost the war for 2 reasons;

1)The Allies outsupplied them.
2)Mussolini.


End of history lesson.

All the cool military crap you see today, from the AK47 to the B2, is a direct result of German technology stolen by the Allies.

[edit on 8-9-2009 by 21cdb]



posted on Oct, 11 2010 @ 05:04 PM
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posted on Oct, 11 2010 @ 05:10 PM
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And Germany did have all the facility's ready for production of atomic weapons, mainly in the way of lots of heavy water plants, and they found a half completed bomb in a German bunker with the holding to fire an iridium bullets into a (at that point) empty canister, which is the makings of the first A-Bombs
And who ever said that the bismark sank over 50 of Her majesties ship in one encounter is off their rocker, didn't sink 1!! hood only blew up because the crew were lazy and would bring the cordite used to fire the shells up from the lower decks and stack them in the turret, didn't go through the deck at all!!
have fun mateys



posted on Oct, 14 2010 @ 01:51 PM
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Emmmm,The US would have won as before? sorry but I was of the(mistaken?)belief that maybe the UK,The Commonwealth and the USSR maybe had a hand in the final outcome....zombies NOTwithstanding!



posted on Oct, 16 2010 @ 07:09 AM
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No the real truth is that in late July 1944 Churchill was quite alarmed by reading ULTRA decrypts and expected an imminent nuclear attack by V-1 rockets. He let Hitler know through Antonescu, that Britain would respond to nuclear attack with Anthrax.

Roosevelt also warned Hitler through Lisbon that unless Hitler sued for peace within 6 weeks, B-29s would drop an Atomic Bomb on Dresden.

Hitler called off his plans and began to negotiate. In october 1944 USA agreed to Hitler's demand to protect Germany from the Bolsheviks, but later, the Allies recanted on Hitler's proposal. The western Allies however humoured Hitler long enough to nulify Germany's ability to wage nuclear or Chemical warfare.



posted on Oct, 16 2010 @ 02:43 PM
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No? That is total lies! Hitler wouldn't care if the allies threatened him, and he never negotiated with them.
The V1 is not big enough to carry early atomic weapons, and the Nazi's hadn't fully developed it yet...[



posted on Oct, 16 2010 @ 03:29 PM
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No? That is total lies! Hitler wouldn't care if the allies threatened him, and he never negotiated with them. The V1 is not big enough to carry early atomic weapons, and the Nazi's hadn't fully developed it yet...


TCF-Despair you must have been hiding in a cave since 2005 when Karlsch published his book, "Hitler's Bombe"

The Nazis were shocked in August 1944 to learn through their own espionage efforts that the British already knew about their development of nuclear weapons.

During August 1944 Germany’s Transozean Agency reported from Stockholm that a report had arrived from London discussing a powerful new bomb developed in USA using Uranium liberating explosive force of hitherto undreamed of violence.

The same report also referred to Schumann’s five kilogram weapon. It was assumed that Professor Ramsauer was to blame for allowing it to be described in a little periodical. source: Irving, David. Virus House. p.283

During July 1944 Heisenberg was visited in Berlin by Maj Bernd von Brauchitisch, Goering’s adjutant, with a report that the German legation in Lisbon had learned of an American threat to drop an Atomic Bomb on Dresden during the next six weeks if germany did not sue for peace in some way before then. source: Irving, David. Virus House. p.283

With Bombing of Munich Hitler threatened during July 1944 to unleash the V1 followed by the V-2, V-3 and V-4 to make London a pile of rubble and force it to be evacuated. Irving, Virus House pp.270-271

Deibner with Hahn's assistance developed the Schumann / Trinks tactical nuclear weapon. Intercepted Japanese diplomatic signals discussing the use of this nuke on the Eastern front in 1943 mention that it was a 5 kilogram warhead. Easily accomodated in either a V-1 or later in the V-2 rocket. In British internment at CSDIC camp 11, Gen. Walter Dornberger was overheard by hidden microphones referring to Hitler's plans to use more than just 2 tons of conventional explosive in the V-2 rocket. These recordings were entered in evidence at Nuremberg therefore can be verified.

There are a number of other sources for my claim:

Germany and the Second World War: Organization and Mobilisation of the German sphere of Power..., Volume 5, Part 1, by Bernhard Kroener, Rolf-Dieter Müller, Hans Umbreit, Oxford Uni Press 2003.

This book refers to Roumania's Marshall Antonescu's disclosures of a meeting with Hitler on 5 August 1944 during which Hitler both discussed the German nuclear weapon and his hesitance to deploy it until he had a defence to it use by his enemies.

There are further references to the matters I've described at; Walker, Mark. German National Socialism and the Quest for Nuclear Power, 1939-49, Page 144



posted on Oct, 18 2010 @ 11:51 AM
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While we are on the subject of technological superiority, here is a very little know story about U.S. propaganda towards Japanese scientists.

The U.S., having invested the world's smallest needle( we are talking microns here ), one that was produced to show off how the
U.S. had managed to be so far ahead of anyone in miniaturization was nicely packaged and sent to Japanese scientists.

The U.S., thinking that they had impressed Japans lead thinking tank felt superior and well ahead of the game until one day a package came to the door. In this package, written in English was this note. " Thank you for the needle, please look at it more closely." Well low and behold The Japanese had put a whole in the top of the needle.
Message continued, " We think that you are still far behind but thank you for showing us."


So you see....When you think you have the upper hand.....Someone can still kick your ass and serve it to you on a silver platter.



posted on Nov, 7 2010 @ 11:30 AM
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Can I ask a question from all of you? Is there any existence of UFO in the world?



posted on Nov, 7 2010 @ 11:50 AM
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Originally posted by topsecretombomb
i highly doubt the germans knew anything about controlling electromagnetic energy. but then again. who knows!


Google "Nazi Bell"
A lot of what I have read, they really experimented with this a lot. Even had the interference to humans down to about 5%. Jellified a few people during the process, but that's the price of progress.

..Ex



posted on Nov, 7 2010 @ 11:56 AM
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Originally posted by sweatmonicaIdo
Nazi Germany proved one thing:

Technology is OVERRATED. Technology does not always win wars.

If the above were reversed and true, then Nazi Germany would've won World War II.


Yeah, you have to be kidding me there.

If technology is overrated, tell the Pentagon that and save the tax payers a huge chunk of money.



posted on Nov, 7 2010 @ 01:43 PM
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Originally posted by sy.gunson

During July 1944 Heisenberg was visited in Berlin by Maj Bernd von Brauchitisch, Goering’s adjutant, with a report that the German legation in Lisbon had learned of an American threat to drop an Atomic Bomb on Dresden during the next six weeks if germany did not sue for peace in some way before then. source: Irving, David. Virus House. p.283


Irving is a known revisionist and Holocaust denier. As such any views he has are very suspect. So this supposed threat was completely useless not only did the Allies not have a nuclear weapon, making such a threat and not carrying through with it, would only embolden the Germans as it showed the Allies did not have a weapon. The threat makes no sense and there is no corroboration for it.



posted on Nov, 7 2010 @ 08:20 PM
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They used plain old meth ampthetamine to fuel their blitzkrieg. Thats why many soldiers on old war pics have such cut and dry faces.



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