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Rugen detonación de la bomba atómica el 12 de octubre de 1944. prisioneros de los campos de concentración fueron utilizados como conejillos de indias humanos y murió en las pruebas, llevado a cabo en la isla báltica de Rügen y en una zona de pruebas interior en Ohrdruf, Thüringen principios de 1945. Sin embargo, el arma atómica de Hitler no se acercó el potencial devastador de las bombas estadounidenses lanzadas sobre Hiroshima y Nagasaki. El arma era más comparable a una bomba sucia…

The Junkers Ju 390 was a German aircraft intended to be used as a heavy transport, maritime patrol aircraft, and long-range bomber, a long-range derivative of the Ju 290. It was one of the aircraft (along with the Messerschmitt Me 264 and Focke-Wulf Ta 400) submitted for the abortive Amerika Bomber project.

On 21 October 1978 Frederick Valentich disappeared while piloting a light aircraft over Bass Strait in Australia. He intended to land at King Island and return. During the 127-mile flight, Valentich advised Melbourne air traffic control that he was being accompanied by a craft about 1,000 feet above him. He described some unusual actions and features of the aircraft, saying reported that the "strange aircraft is hovering on top of me again. It is hovering and it's not an aircraft."

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Heinkel 100D, Germany. Luftwaffe propaganda photo.

80-G-701531: Nazi secret weapon, version of the V-2 rocket. Drawing of weapon. Photograph released November 1945.

In March 1945 a series of Manned and Unmanned Test Launches had completed But the First Launch with Test Pilot Lothar Siebert ended in the loss of the aircraft and pilot after one of the rocket booster did not detach .one thing lothar will be always be Famous for he was the first pilot to break the sound Barrier

"The Baker Explosion" 7/25/1946. The second atomic bomb tested in "Operation…

Hannants | Dornier-Stratospharen Haunebu II. … In 1935, a mysterious group, Vril was found in Northwest Germany that was to develop a series of flying disc. The disc crafts were to be installed by a revolutionary electro-magnetic-gravitic engine that powered the rotating disc wing or internal disc blade. In 1939, A several of prototypes were said to be tested at Arado Brandenburg aircraft testing field. Stable and control problems were revealed during flight tests. In 1943, the SchutzStaffel…

In 1939, German scientists invented their own flying saucer shaped aircraft and called it the “Haunebu”. When the Nazi party swept in to power in 1933.