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Did the Nazis recover a UFO ?

Posted on Wednesday, 23 August, 2006 | Comment icon 17 comments


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"Recent years have seen the emergence of a rumour that float around the internet like moths to a flame about a crashed UFO in the Black Forrest in 1936 which was spirited away to the dark heart of Nazi Germany."

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Comment icon #8 Posted by Sc4v3ng3r on 24 August, 2006, 15:28
and you shouldn't be, its a known fact that they hired some german scientists for the Manhattan project... twas called project paperclip. Both russia and america had their share of scientist. Thats a big part of what started the cold war. If the Nazi's would have had this kind of technology I think they would have been able win the war. Still was experimental at that time. The "foo figthers" as some allied pilot called them, were not jets. They were said to be stationary objetcts, that could change direction rapidly. Reason why germans lost the war was caused by its officers, wich were either ... [More]
Comment icon #9 Posted by Amalgamut on 24 August, 2006, 22:56
Reason why germans lost the war was caused by its officers, wich were either unreliable, or conspiracist. Hitler itself dint help its cause at the end, when attacking russia. Well I don't really think it was the officers fault as much as it was Hitler's being so stubborn. His advisors disagreed with several things he did but he wouldn't listen. (Like you said with Russia). I think the ultimate mistake was the (Japan) bombing Pearl Harbor. The United States would have entered the war regardless in due time, but this only hastened it. Had Hitler waited a few years before starting his conquest, h... [More]
Comment icon #10 Posted by molo on 24 August, 2006, 23:46
Also the Nazis have a moon base, they reached it as early as 1942, they were also met by the Americans. The craft was liike a submarine innsidie, lots of men working different pulleys and other contraptions.
Comment icon #11 Posted by ZeroShadow on 24 August, 2006, 23:48
If the Nazi's would have had this kind of technology I think they would have been able win the war. They did have the Messerschmidt ME-262 which was the worlds first jet fighter aircraft. It was the most advanced figher of this time. But it was plagued by engine problems due to the unreliable Junkers Jet engines. This is the closest thing the Germans made in terms of a "UFO". Which I'm sure at the time many Allied pilots may have confused this with a "flying saucer" considering the ME-262 was well capable of acheiving speeds over 500 M.P.H. But just that thinking alone isn't enough to explain ... [More]
Comment icon #12 Posted by Amalgamut on 25 August, 2006, 2:30
But just that thinking alone isn't enough to explain away all of the things exposed on that episode of UFO: Files. To me it looks as if they DID make saucers. Why didn't they use them to win the war? I don't know. But that's not a reason to ignore the possability. I hear what you are saying. My question is if the Nazi's did have flying saucers, how come none have been found?
Comment icon #13 Posted by Amalgamut on 25 August, 2006, 2:32
Also the Nazis have a moon base, they reached it as early as 1942, they were also met by the Americans. The craft was liike a submarine innsidie, lots of men working different pulleys and other contraptions.
Comment icon #14 Posted by jgorman628 on 14 September, 2006, 20:45
I believe they were responsible for CREATING the first flying saucers. I've seen a documentery about it on UFO FILES. They showed pretty convincing evidence and information. I also believe they talked about a book "Rise of Ten Thousand Suns" or close to it. Which was about Germany's attempts at an atom bomb. In it was a chapter or two about Germany's flying saucer programs. This book was supposedly hunted down and every copy was destroyed shorty after the war.
Comment icon #15 Posted by FireMoon on 5 October, 2006, 2:02
An addendum to all tihs... About 10 years ago in the pages of the Fortean Times there was an article about a supposed Movie made in Australia in the late 1920s early 30s involving some sort of alien invasion where cattle were found mutialted.... I dont know if anyone ever managed to either verify of debunk the moives existance...
Comment icon #16 Posted by Prophecy Guru on 8 October, 2006, 15:40
The idea of flying saucers being a product of Nazi or even Soviet technology during World War II or the Cold War is utter absurdity. I could go on at length as to why this is the case, but rather than repeating myself I will instead refer you to a thread I created regarding this controversy: Potential UFO Origins
Comment icon #17 Posted by crystal sage on 14 February, 2007, 23:45
http://www.germanufochatter.com/Supressed-...s/Alien-1b.html


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