I have read alot about second world war, and have a great interest in it.
But in the recent days, a collegue of mine here at work, told me that there is strong ....thoughts.... that the Germans, made, tested and used nuclear
weapons during WW2.
If you search the there is 2 sites worth mentioning.
One close to Stralsund in the Baltic Sea
Found this quote
Luigi Sacerra was an Italian who claimed in the 1950s that he had been
an eyewitness at a secret weapon test by the Third Reich. According to
Sacerra, on the evening of Thursday 10-12 and the predawn hours of
Friday 10-13, 1944, he was an Italian observer at a test on Rugen of
what was described to him as a "disintegration" bomb.
As far a I understand, the Italian, a Japanese envoy, and several other importent German high ranking officials where observing this "Wunderwaffe"
as it disintigrated a concentration camp with somewhat 100 innmates.
This is the first test, as far as I know that is somewhat "logged".
As far as I know anyway.
There is also reports of this weapon beeing used against the russians on the eastern front, about 150 KM south of Kursk, a hole infantery regiment.
The second fragment of information relied on by Karlsch are some
after-action reports filed in the wake of Kursk by Japanese observers
attached to Soviet forces. The Japanese sent news to their Moscow
embassy that there had been two extraordinary attacks by the Germans.
The Germans had launched two kilo shells at the Red Army and those uses
had an extraordinary affect on the troops. The Soviet troops had been
"burned black" and supposedly the Reds identified the weapon as a gas
attack, and signalled the foe that any repetition of the attack would
bring immediate Soviet chemical reaction.
The Japanese observer claimed that the Kursk weapon had been an atom
splitting bomb, and reported that the weapon had also once been used in
the Crimea at some unspecified time.
Again, this is not the strongest evidence. The date of the "attacks" is
given as Saturday 7-3, 1943, when a careful reporter would know that
Kursk started Monday 7-5. (Of course, it is possible the secret weapon
was used a weekend in advance of the armored assault
This was the russian 19th Infantry Regiment, They were attacked by a few (2-3) warheads, some say 2 Kilo, others say 5 kilo warheads, but what I'm
looking into, is this a "mini nuke" used, or was this as some sources say, a Air-blast bomb with radioactive substance in it?
second source, check quote-box at bottom:
They said that all soldiers was burned to charkoal, and all ammunition was ignited.
The last info I have on the German A-bomb, is the US made Uranium bomb, It was never tested, unlike the US plutonium bomb.
This I see as firm evidence that Ultra knew that the Uranium bomb allready worked, thus, the bomb, or material captured from the German Uboat, U-234
that was heading for Japan with material for making a bomb.
Wiki-a-U-234 - en.wikipedia.org...
What I'm looking into is fact, is there any recently de-classefied Ultra/topsecret pappers that can confirm, or firmly deny the German A-bomb,
especially the one's supposed to be used in Kursk.