New Nazi Spaceship Film Sparks UFO Debate

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The Finnish sci-fi comedy 'Iron Sky' centres on actual-life SS officer Hans Kammler who was explained to have made a important breakthrough in antigravity experiments toward the end of WW2.

The film relates how, from a secret base built in the Antarctic, the first Nazi spaceships had been released in late 1945 to located the military base Schwarze Sonne – Black Sun – on the dark side of the Moon.

This base was to to be utilized to create a potent invasion fleet and return to take over the Earth after the time was correct, in this case 2018.

But a new report out this week in Germany in the journal PM purports that there is "strong evidence" that a Nazi UFO programme was effectively sophisticated.

Hitler ordered Luftwaffe chief Hermann Goering to build the super weapon that would adjust the war.

The PM report quotes eyewitnesses who believe they saw a flying saucer marked with the Iron Cross of the German military flying minimal over the Thames in 1944.

At the time the New York Times wrote about a "mysterious flying disc" with pictures of the gadget noticed travelling at incredibly substantial speeds over the higher-rise properties.

The best recognized of the Nazi UFO projects was the Schriever-Habermohl scheme, named for Rudolf Schriever and Otto Habermohl ( via ).