posted on Apr, 14 2007 @ 03:20 PM
The Ministry of Defence , The British Antartic Survey and the German & British soldiers & sailors that survived have confirmed that 30-40 uboats and
250,000 military personnel are unaccounted for and that Operation Taberin concluded winter 1945-1946. In the UK the only evidence of Operation Tabarin
is from the soldiers that fought in it all ex SAS and a set of commerative stamps issued in the Falkland Islands On 1 February 1946 & MOD documents.
Britain is not the same as the USA. Even now alot of documents from WW1 &WW2 are classified and totally unobtainable.But some are.The Germans made a
documentary featuring a few of the survivors of the Antartic Uboats and some Kriegmarines.
The British Antarctic Survey itself started as Operation Tabarin, an armed forces expedition organised during the Second World War. It had the dual
purpose of denying Antarctic waters and the shelter offered by abandoned whaling stations to enemy warships and submarines, while asserting the UK's
territorial claims. It set out from the UK in 1943 and established year-round stations ("bases") at Port Lockroy, Deception Island and Hope Bay.
The Haunebu II Do-Stra (Dornier STRAtospharen Flugzeug/Stratospheric Aircraft) and similar types all were shipped out in kit form on UBoats mainly
from Norway.People that were there have stated this to be true and have told their children and Grandchildren. Obviously the Germans would not leave a
paper trail for us UFOlogists to follow!!! .
Some documents have been found in Chile Naval Archives and Brazil Secret Service Archives. The British & Norweigens are one and the same and have not
declassified documents relating to this phenomena and will only deny when questioned. But if old SAS soldiers in their 80s with nothing to gain say
it's true who are we to deny it? If ex Kriegsmarines and German Uboat personnel say it true who are we to deny it? If Admiral Byrd spoke of "flying
objects that could fly from pole to pole at incredible speeds"2 and with well-documented German activity before, during and in the immediate
aftermath of World War II who are we to deny it? What the defence departments tell the public is always less than truthfull often totally inaccurate
and blatantly unbelievable. So sometimes we have to read between the lines. 13 Naval vessels and thousands of troops went to Antartica fully equipped
and armed for an 8 month campaign. Perhaps they liked pengins or skiing. I am going to err on the side of caution and suggest a real battle. It's
probably a coincidence that not all the troops returned and most of the aircraft were missing. Circumstantial evidence with witness testimony is
enough proof for me. Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.
Try using google in germany austria chile etc etc