Espelkamp... Nazi Germany's secret Atomic Bomb factory
On 4th April 1944 a unit of the British 8th Army fought surprisingly stubborn resistance at a small town 74 kilometres west of Hanover. Their mission
was to capture a large ammunition dump there, but what a young NCO name Sanders found in an underground bunker sent shock-waves through Allied
After fighting subsided entry was gained to the bunker and inside the British officer found 40 Uranium centrifuges, a functional working nuclear
reactor and the 76-Zentner a 3.8 tonne Atomic Bomb inscribed “To be fired only by order of the Fuhrer.”
This discovery still remains classified and concealed by the British Government. Historians still falsely maintain the Nazis never succeeded in
developing a working nuclear reactor, yet there it was at Espelkamp.
Today Keith Sanders and his friend, a German co-researcher named Dirk Finkemeier struggle with subtle totalitarian censorship in both the British and
American media to share information about this secret Nazi Atomic Bomb factory.
Here is what Keith Sanders wrote to me about Espelkamp:
"My father was in the battle group which fought their way in through 2,000 SS defenders and captured the factory at 3.10 pm on Wednesday 4th April
1945. He was the source of the alarm, which led to "Operation Teardrop" by the USN 15/16 April sinking U-1235 and U-880, they missed U-857.... I have
an IWM photo of him driving his little unit of RAOC ammunition technicians off a class40 raft on 24th March 1945. His boss Major Roy Tucker (standing
rear on raft with greatcoat) was still alive (84) in 1998 for my father's efforts he was awarded a DSO! Only awarded to officers, as lesser ranks are
considered too stupid to ever merit such an accolade."
Dirk Finkemeier also wrote to me:
"His father discovered in April 1945 the German Atomic Bomb Factory, called MUNA Luebbecke in Espelkamp. On 4th April 1945 the British found 40
centrifuges and an underground reactor...Around that wood called Lange Horst, south of Espelkamp was also buried an atomic bomb, called 76- Zentner
Bomb (the IG Farben Bomb). It weighed 3,8 tonnes the same like "Little Boy." In 2011 Prof.Dario Biocca from Peruggia University published an article
about MUNA Espelkamp in La Republica."
The nuclear reactor (possibly Gottow IV) is buried beneath the North end of Lange Horst wood an area which is now encroached by public housing
development. On January 3rd, 1945 the British brought Prof Werner Heisenberg to the site to interrogate him about the Nazi project. Nowhere in our
history books or his autobiography did Heisenberg ever mention this.
I wanted to share this information with others at ATS because both these men have effectively been silenced in the UK media.
edit on 18-1-2014 by sy.gunson because: layout correction