For decades, a rich mythology developed around the claim that engineers in Nazi Germany secretly developed one or more super-sophisticated saucer-shaped aircraft and unmanned disc-type missiles.
This technology was appropriated by the United States or the Soviet Union in the postwar period. The names of Schriever, Miethe, Habermohl, Belluzzo are associated with some of these stories, and the locations of the secret plants where these vessels were supposedly built range from Prague to Stettin to underground factories in the legendary “Nazi redoubt of the south.”
Sometimes it happens that a find at first glance fits into a complex riddle and can even serve as evidence that the story is true.
Some of these theories even pointed out that the rings were actually launching platforms for a kind of antigravity flying objects built by the Nazis, objects later captured by the US and the Soviet Union. Of course, no images of these supernatural “UFOs” exist, and since the Nazis documented all their technological experiments with photos and videos, that already says something about this fable.
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The interior of this device supposedly contained a liquid metal called Xerum 525. It resembled mercury in appearance but glowed purple when the machine was activated with high voltage electricity. Once activated, no one quite knows what it did other than kill all the people and animals around it.
Not only ufologists and conspirators, but also local people swear by the mysterious ring built in Murmansk by the Nazis who have tested their miracle weapons there.
At the end of World War II, when the defeat of Nazi Germany was almost certain, the US military began to discover secret clandestine laboratories and factories throughout the territories. Missile systems, new guns, jet aircraft, an atomic bomb – this is only a fraction of what has surfaced. German advanced technologies and research were miles away from the rest of the world.
But what happened to the Third Reich’s top scientists and cutting-edge research Workers in secret factories used prisoners from concentration camps. Almost everything that has been found in these strictly classified places has come to an end in the United States. This in essence reflects the power of the world of non-human research. But what did the Germans prepare, and what were their plans, which never saw the light of the world?
Official testimonies say that the Germans were far from developing a real atomic weapon. That’s what they told the Nuremberg court. On the other hand, what is the fact? In 1945, Kurt Diebner’s scientific team had to test the atomic bomb on a German shooter in the Jonastal Valley, where we can now find a greater amount of radioactivity. There are also several witnesses gathered by the German historian Rainer Karlsch in the book Hitler’s Bomb. Other sources say that Hitler considered nuclear physics to be a Jewish science and that he did not want to share anything with nuclear research.
In 1946, a year after the war, 27 US military ships, 4,000 soldiers, and 400 scientists congregated on the shores of Antarctica. However, after two weeks, they have suffered heavy losses, and so far this action of megalomania only speaks of harmless research. Even after almost 70 years, we still wonder what is hidden in Nové Švábsko. It was during World War II, when the Germans declared part of Antarctica their territory and it was named after New Swabia, and there were many mysterious German submarines that did not return to their shores. Supposedly, there have been newly discovered warm lake research institutes. But what really happened there?
Too many unanswered questions, many hidden and few answers. It’s definitely a phase of the story that needs to go deeper. But it could be a dangerous game.