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.
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 telegraph.co.uk ).