reply to post by kazanoom
Reima Horton tried to sell his services, first to Britain and then to China and was turned down by both, he then moved to Argentina where he designed
an unsuccessful transport plane project. His brother stayed in Germany and became a ranking officer in the new Luftwaffe.
The Horton brothers were air frame designers they had absolutely no back ground in science or engineering past an amateur interest and a talent for
design. They hand;t a clue about power plants/motors etc.
It took me all of 30 seconds to find this about them
Here is the actual assessment by the British from 1945 of their work..
Doctor Mengele only left Germany in 1949 because the new Israeli state made it plain they were intending to seek out those who committed crimes
against humanity, extradite, try and if found guilty, execute those responsible.
The idea of the Nazi Flying saucer almost exclusively dates back to the book "German Secret Weapons of World War II written by Rudolf Lusar in the
late 1950's" Lusar was a German major in a German army technical unit during the war. So it was written by the losing side.
The names traditionally associated with German Flying discs most often are.. Rudolf Schriever, along with other engineers Habermohl, Mierth and an
Italian. Bellanzo . In the last few years a Czech designer, i believe name slips my mind, has come forward and claimed they stole the design from him.
Now, this guy did indeed defect to the USSR and then defected back to the West. If you are going to make claims about Stalin, he would be the one to
cite to make your argument at least look credible.
In fact here's the guy himself one Radu Manichetede *sp talking about it.
There again, it's a British documentary so i doubt someone from LA probably has a clue it actually exists . No excuse, though, had the author asked
for help on here she probably wouldn't have bothered with the book as she has obviously been 1; fed a pack of lies or 2; made it all up herself.
edit on 19-5-2011 by FireMoon because: (no reason given)