Nazi UFOs

‎Origins ← Older revision Revision as of 02:09, 9 May 2022 Line 9: Line 9:  The belief probably stems from the Nazis’ forays in the [[occult]] (giving birth to the “Nazi mystique”) and the reports of [[foo fighter]]s by Allied warplane pilots during World War II.  Nazi propaganda often touted so called ”wunderwaffe” (“miracle weapons”), the frequently outlandish weapons proposed and produced by the Third Reich’s war machine (like the {{wpl|Landkreuzer_P._1500_Monster|1500 ton tank}}).  Late in the war, the Luftwaffe was the first military flying branch to field rocket ({{wpl|Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet}}) and jet ({{wpl|Messerschmitt Me 262}}) propelled airplanes. The performance of these planes far exceeded the prop-driven planes flown by the Allies.<ref group=note>While these planes greatly outperformed Allied aircraft, the Nazis were not able to build enough of them so late in the war to have any real influence on the outcome.</ref> The Luftwaffe also had numerous advanced prototypes by the end of the war, and the designs of some of these planes, like the {{wpl|Horten Ho 229|Horten Ho 229’s}} flying wing or the coal-powered ramjet(”!”) of the lawn-dart shaped {{wpl|Lippisch P.13a}}, were radical, even by today’s standards.  It’s not hard to imagine  what the young US and Soviet…

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Nazi UFOs

Updated: May 8, 2022 — 10:27 pm