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Interesting yet strange German UFO

Discussion in 'Wonder Weapons' started by T60 gunner, Aug 31, 2009.

  1. T60 gunner

    T60 gunner recruit

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    This is an incredible weapon forged by the Germans. Although it wasn't really revealed to the public, there were some proof of it.

    My question is - why do the Germans need to build something like this? Does it bomb allied territory way above the stratosphere?? And how does it work?

    Ladies and gentlemen, tanks and artillery, aircraft and war veterans, behold...the mystery of an existing flying saucer...Haunebu!

    [​IMG]
    Hanebu III (probably just a kind of concept art
     
  2. brndirt1

    brndirt1 Saddle Tramp

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    Total fiction, inspired by "gee whiz" magazines of the fifties. All information is made of whole cloth. The "engineers" quoted in some of the articles didn't exist, or if the names were real, they weren't in any of the areas attributed to them.

    Just more bunk which somehow gets regurgitated every now and then. For a good laugh goto this site:

    http://greyfalcon.us/restored/AN%20INVENTORY%20OF%20NAZI%20SECRET%20WEAPONS.htm

    Some "truth" mixed in liberally with the spoof doesn't make it more true.
     
  3. PzJgr

    PzJgr Drill Instructor

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    Where is your source that shows there was such a weapon in existence.
     
  4. brndirt1

    brndirt1 Saddle Tramp

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    I have a sneaking suspicion it is that bogus Vril society source which is included in that link I posted. Pen and ink sketches of a chicken brooder, watering tank. Note the little "bumps" under the skirt?

    Those are the "legs" that support the chicken watering unit to keep it free of the chicken dung and matted straw in chicken coops.
     
  5. aglooka

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    Given the propaganda that the Nazis gave to their so called superweapons, it would be strange that these would not have been the subject of a propaganda campaign if they existed.
    (which they of course did not)


    Aglooka
     
  6. Erich

    Erich Alte Hase

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    it's a proven fact that as we call them ufo's which is not a correct term the LW was working with it's techs underground out of Oberammergau for one on secret 'engineless' projects. I have alluded to this since this forum was concepted, one reason why the bunkers to the side of the town have been secretly guarded by the US, have been there and of course refused entrance at gun-point........pretty comical the incident was actually.

    lets all believe that it really was 50's mythical sci-fi shall we ........NOT
     
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  7. Proeliator

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    If the Germans had really built such things then we would've all been flying around in them today, it's as simple as that. But we don't now, do we ?

    After the war all of Germany's scientists were scattered around the world, most of them to the US, Uk & USSR, and they took their knowledge with them. So had the German made these fantasy crafts then soon after the war had ended then we would've seen the US, UK & USSR flying these thigsn around the sky. But again they didn't, now did they ?

    Oh and should you happen to stumble upon an old secret German document describing a working anti gravity engine, then please don't hessitate to call NASA straight away, I'm sure they would be most thankful and have plenty of use for it, and they'll definitely be willing to pay pretty sum of money for it as-well :lol: Mars here we come!
     
  8. Zefer

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    The Germans did want to build a UFO, and developed some sort of prototype for it, which never flew or went into production.
    Should it have been made, it would have been used for the same role as an attack-helicopter is in today's type of warfare. That picture is fake - clearly CGI that no-one, not ever the German's could do in the 1940's.
     
  9. Miguel B.

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    I bet the first time the Allies saw a Komet they thought it was an UFO... Hell even I thought it the first time I saw one. I wondered how on earth did that thing fly and who the hell was stupid enough to try it :p
     
  10. Skipper

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    It's true I even met the crew. "Ach so we Komm from outerspace and bring Kulturrr"

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  11. Smithson

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    i saw a documentry about these they were mad to scare people in britain and the US but they never got airborne
     
  12. Erich

    Erich Alte Hase

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    pretty good Charles Manson portrait Skip !
     
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    HAHAHAH!. Chuck Manson. Good one.The swastika, right?...I'm going to say that if you have technology that no one else has, why give it away? Or even hint you have something even remotely superior.....In the late 1800's there were many reports of cigar shaped craft in the US sky. There are too many anecdotal reports of strange craft flying around for anyone to deny that there is technology out there most of us will never be privy to.
     
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    I understand this to be an old topic. I just couldn't help but wonder why nobody mentioned the "foo fighters" that were reported by not only U.S. pilots but allied forces aswell. Also Hitler's secret project of "The Bell "
    I was a junior in high school writing a report on military weapons of WWII. During my research I happened to come across a book speaking of these things! It went into talking about Hitler's obsession with relics and what not. It also spoke of General Byrd and Operation Highjump in the Antarctic. It being almost thirty years I haven't the slightest clue on name of the book, but I do still have that report packed away somewhere and it's possible it was one used for reference. (It was a very illustrated report that I scored a 180 out of possible 100... "of all the students I've had, never have I been so impressed. 200 was my grade If only you remembered to write your name" teacher wrote. As a reward she took me out for pizza and lucky me... her daughter Jenny tagged along. Jenny and I managed to get into quite a bit of trouble playing hooky after that!)
    I do recall one article that said: one of today's (1988-90) jets carried more firepower than a WWII squadron!
     
  15. OpanaPointer

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    Why does "U" stand for "I know that sucker was an alien spacecraft!"
     
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    Die Glocke (pronounced [diː ˈɡlɔkə], German for "The Bell") was a purported top secret Nazi scientific technological device, secret weapon, or Wunderwaffe. Described by Polish journalist and author Igor Witkowski in Prawda o Wunderwaffe (2000), it was later popularized by military journalist and author Nick Cook as well as by writers such as Joseph P. Farrell (fr) and others who associate it with Nazi occultism and antigravity or free energy research.

    Die Glocke has become a popular subject of speculation and a following similar to science fiction fandom exists around it and other alleged Nazi "miracle weapons" or Wunderwaffen. Mainstream reviewers such as former aerospace scientist David Myhra express skepticism that such a device existed.
    -wikipedia​

    Peculiar that it appears in literature first in the year 2000...wikipedia continues:

    Discussion of Die Glocke originated in the works of Igor Witkowski. His 2000 Polish language book Prawda o Wunderwaffe (The Truth About The Wonder Weapon, reprinted in German as Die Wahrheit über die Wunderwaffe), refers to it as "The Nazi-Bell". Witkowski wrote that he first discovered the existence of Die Glocke by reading transcripts from an interrogation of former Nazi SS Officer Jakob Sporrenberg. According to Witkowski, he was shown the allegedly classified transcripts in August 1997 by an unnamed Polish intelligence contact who said he had access to Polish government documents regarding Nazi secret weapons. Witkowski maintains that he was only allowed to transcribe the documents and was not allowed to make any copies. ​

    So, let's get this straight: Wikowski claims to have read transcripts from a Polish interrogation of a Nazi SS Officer that was the SS Head of Police in Minsk 1941-1943. Then he did a stint combating partisans in Belorus, before coming SS Head of Police in Lublin, where he organised the slaughter of all Jews remaining in that area in "Aktion Erntefest" (Operation Harvest Festival). Lublin was liberated during Operation Bagration. In November '44, he was assigned to Norway, where he was captured in May '45. After establishing his war crimes in Poland and the Soviet Union, he was extradited to Poland in '46, sentenced by the Poles to death in '50, and hung in '52.

    For some reason, this glorified cowardly regional police administrator of backwaters / mass murderer was privvy to information on a super top secret Nazi Wonder weapon?

    Of course, we know not the name of the Polish "intelligence contact" and there is no corroborating evidence other than Witkowski's own statements. All the more remarkable, as the real interrogations of Sporrenberg are readily available to researchers. In other words, it is about as credible as my previous statement on Astral projecting.
     

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