Wow, I'm really overwhelmed seeing my thread on the first page as a top member pick, so thank you all for this!
@youknow²: Thanks a lot! I'm really interested in myths and secrets like this and searching for the truth.
@exdog: I'm glad you liked my virtual tour
@Muza: Ah, I see
I've been to all the cities you named before (except Paderborn), I love Hamburg
Yes, the technology has been years ahead, if
they only did everything for the benefit of mankind from jump, who knows how far we'd all be now!
@SweetRevenge: Thank you! I will try to collect some information about the Bell later on and update this thread!
@WarmSun: Hey I'm glad that I made you to stay a lil longer than usually on ATS
@CandyCab: Thank you, I enjoyed your little story about your ancestors
Yes, you never know where in the world you still got relatives. My family
just found out about some relatives in Australia
Yeah the oversized pics were really a pain in the a**
I figured out how to size them down as you can see in some posts above. I
contacted a Mod about adding scrollbars to the pics on page 1
Yes, the ramp next to it is the take off ramp actually. They had some ramps pointing to different locations at the
Baltic Sea just for testing! There's even a huge block of concrete some km away from the coast where they used to shoot at!
@Bordon: Thank you for your nice contribution, interesting read about W.v.B. !
@sown: Thank you
@Zomar: Thanks! Yes, the pic you added looks def. like the rings they had on some of the scale model of the facility!!
@Kellyct: Thanks for your info about the books!
@scorpion: Thank you! Yes, I don't know about the plane but found it interesting that's why I took a photo
Just look at the left, there's even a
@lestweforget: I will add some things about The Bell later on
@porschedrifter: I LOVE your avatar haha
Thank you for your interest! I think the Nazis had even more classified bases than Peenemünde but it def.
was among the most advanced (technical wise) bases the Nazis had. Most of their rocket science and knowledge originates from Peenemünde!
@breadmaker:Thank you! Oh so you lived for 5 years in Munich - a great city to live in
Did you work there? Yes, I feel you, it should never be
forgotten. Dachau is very cruel
@howler: You're welcome
Are you in the Army?
@Observer: Thank you too