During the closing days of World War II the Russians absconded something or some things from the Germans apparently too large, bulky, or heavy to be transported via available aircraft at their disposal. A four page illustrated story on the attack appeared in BLUE BOLT No. As to any standing military use or dis-use of the airfield during the time period refered to for the German black ops refueling of the Ju-390, the following has been adapted and presented here from the much longer multi-page article so cited: "There was a slight tremor in the bunker; a sudden, blinding flash, and then a thick cloud of smoke. It so happened, directly under their flight plan from Canada to Michigan, on the U.S. side right at that conjunction of the two Great Lakes and out in the middle of nowhere, there existed a massive, little used, little known and little defended giant air field. For years reports have surfaced that the next year, sometime around September 17-19, 1944, a large six engine aircraft painted very dark green and black paint crashed in the sea off Owls Head Lighthouse, Maine. Harry had reached that high-exalted position because of what he learned from World War I Zeppelins, especially so the Height Climbers and the need of their crews for oxygen at the extreme altitudes they routinely operated. THE GHOST AND THE HAUNTED B-29 LTS.290 used a number of early Ju.290 prototypes and Ju.90 aircraft to ferry supplies to Tunisia in the closing stages of of the North Africa campaign. The following is from Footnote [3] as found on the Goose Shoot page: That explosion is said to have been the second of two nuclear devices the Germans set off just at the end of the war. Depending where the plane lifted off, a round trip bombing run from somewhere in German occupied Europe, say Mont-de-Marsan near Bordeaux to New York as it has been reported and back during World War II, would have been in the 7,200 mile range. The two bombings killed between 129,000 and 226,000 people, most of whom were civilians, and remain the only use of nuclear weapons in armed conflict. The location of the airfield was less than six miles due south through the forest from Pendills Bay which is wedged along the lakeshore between the larger Whitefish Bay of the even larger Lake Superior. The question is, how is it Ramsey, who did an excellent job drawing the P-40s come up with the idea of a six-engine German aircraft? Compared to a strict bombing run on New York and back, flying in over Canada and exiting directly out over the Empire State Building would put somewhere in the vicinity of 1,200 additional miles on a round trip flight --- meaning of course, ending up with a major fuel deficit of at least 2,400 miles returning to Europe. In addition, denial was an element of their efforts. The Germans had a six engine bomber, the Ju-390, a model that was reportedly never seen before it was photographed by a person onboard a convoy ship supplying the beachhead during the Allied invasion of North Africa in November 1942, a photograph that didn't show up for public viewing until well after that date. Some years prior to my uncle becoming my guardian he was biosearching in the back country of New Mexico not far from the top secret Los Alamos nuclear facilities when he came across some rather alarming Axis-induced fifth column activities, and having done so, being shot point blank by foreign operatives and left to die because of it. The first nerve gas, tabun, was invented by the German researcher Gerhard Schrader in … A USN Intelligence report in June 1945 asserts the Japanese already had full performance details for the Ju-390 by October 1943. The trees around had been turned to carbon. The date alone disrupts claims that the first J-390 flight was made in 1943. RACO ARMY AIRFIELD, RACO MICHIGAN It took the shape of a column and then that of a big flower. The surprisingly quickly gained ‘Blitz’ victories in the years 1939 to 1940, as well as the initial great successes with the Operation Barbarossa, evidently proved the correctness of the ‘Blitzkrieg’ (lightning war) strategy. (see) German scientists also did research on other chemical weapons during the war, including human experimentation with mustard gas. Today, Japan's nuclear energy infrastructure makes it capable of … It has been reported that Luigi Romersa, an Italian correspondent during World War II, was personally dispatched by the Italian dictator Benito Mussolini (1883-1945) to the island of Rugen to witness the weapons test. By the end of 1944 there was only one company of men left at nearby Fort Brady. That airfield, originally built to defend the Soo locks on the Sault Ste. October 20th was in fact the date when the Allies intercepted a diplomatic signal to Tokyo giving a table of performance details for the Ju-390, which was so explicit that it was impossible for a program of test flights to have established all this in just the last ten days of october 1944. 1 Nuclear weapons technology was developed during the 1930s and 1940s. That airfield, originally built to defend the Soo locks on the Sault Ste. Lerche confirmed the aircraft RC+DA was indeed a Ju-390 aircraft. Just when the townspeople became used to having 12,000 U.S. military personnel in their town, businesses, and their backyards (where anti-aircraft weapons were sometimes positioned), the buildup was reversed. Why Nuclear Weapons Would Never Have Won World War II for Hitler. Why did General Eisenhower immediately order a propaganda campaign about Nazi atrocities? The photograph of the JU-390 a few paragraphs above-back, said to have been taken from a convoy ship supplying the beachhead during Operation Torch, the Allied invasion of North Africa in late 1942. They were able to free themselves but couldn't get out of the shed until someone came across them and let them out." The world’s nuclear powers have more than 10,000 nuclear warheads in their arsenals. The following is fairly typical of what is found written about the sighting and photograph: A method was devised and put into place to refuel it. The German program was divided and competitive; whereas, under the leadership of General Leslie Groves, … The photo clearly shows a white 'Afrika' band used for identification of German aircraft operating in the Mediterranean, or North Africa. LTS.290 used a number of early Ju.290 prototypes and Ju.90 aircraft to ferry supplies to Tunisia in the closing stages of of the North Africa campaign. Because of the nature of the secrecy surrounding the plane, working there required me to obtain a confidential clearance. NOTE: If you go to the Gunson link above please note that two of his major areas of interest, and quite by coincidence by the way, match two of my areas of interest as well. Nazi Germany did manage to drop a basic nuclear device in a test near the town of Ludwigslust, according to declassified file APO 696. Almost right out of high school I got a job with a company that designed and built the breathing equipment for the U-2, the then super-secret high altitude spy plane. At the time we were talking I didn't know the difference between one German bomber and the next, and for the most part still don't to this day. WHEN WORLD WAR II CAME TO THE SAULT Under the so-called Two Plus Four Agreement , a 1990 treaty between the two Germanys and World War II allies that paved the way to German reunification, the country also committed to eschew nuclear weapons. "This highlights perhaps the biggest difference between the German and American nuclear research programs. There were some animals - sheep - in the area and they too had been burnt to cinders.". For example, during World War I, except for fate intervening they came close --- and their method for their planned attack was within reason. Which brings us to the second example, which primarily has to do with my uncle specifically, and who, after the death of my mother, was so prominent in my early childhood development and upbringing, especially after my father remarried and my Stepmother entered the picture. "The German nuclear energy project, was an attempted clandestine scientific effort led by Germany to develop and produce atomic weapons during World War II. "Interestingly the photo snapped of RC+DA was taken during an attack on a Malta Convoy in 1942, suggesting this aircraft was possibly operated by LTS.290 in North Africa. Trucks of that nature typically carried around 750 gallons of fuel which, to top off the Ju-390, would require either several trucks or several trips or both, none of which is known how it was done. The range of a Ju-390 was said to have been just slightly over 6,000 miles. Document 22: Memorandum from … SY GUNSON That late in the war was just what they needed, a game changer, and an Atomic bomb, like the Nagasaki bomb did for the U.S., would have done it. However, over the years following the war quite a number of empty 44 gallon drums similar to the one pictured below were found up and down along the beach and under the water not far Pendills Creek. JU-390 PROTOTYPES. There are as well many comments, both pro and con, about the possibility of the photo being "photoshopped." A four page illustrated story on the attack appeared in BLUE BOLT No. Almost right out of high school I got a job with a company that designed and built the breathing equipment for the U-2, the then super-secret high altitude spy plane. Top-ranked generals and pilots from all over the world would come by to pay him homage. The Germans had even organized a … They were able to free themselves but couldn't get out of the shed until someone came across them and let them out." First, the mysterious German U-boat U-196 and secondly, as reported on this page, the potential possibility of not only a Nazi atomic bomb prior to the end of World War II, but also the actual testing of one. Might have to make another trip into town now and buy it now after this latest article on the German Nuclear Weapons project. In World War 2, Germany had a significant advantage in several fields of weapons technology. The photo of RC+DA is given credit to having been taken by a merchant seaman named Ron Wylie of convoy KMF-5 while in support of Operation TORCH. The problem with any German or German related operatives is that they wouldn't have anyplace to take it nor the support infrastructure to put it to any use except to market it to the highest bidder. Interestingly enough, the exact same way Campbell was in on the U.S absconding with all kinds of German stuff related to the Nazi bomb that I have presented above, in a tit-for-tat duplication of the American efforts, except this time they got away with it, the Russians swept down on the Japanese test site in North Korea and took all the Japanese stuff, including their scientists, back to Russia before we could. After North Korea announced a resumption of its nuclear program in 2009, former Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa gave a speech saying that Japan should develop nuclear weapons as a check, though the government condemned his statement. The difficulty most historians have with such a claim is that the Ju-390's first flight is officially stamped into the records as happening two months later, on October 20 1943. (source) That air battle involved 46 P-40s shooting down a fleet of 100 fully loaded German Junker troop transports flying just above sea level escorted by 50 Messerschmitt fighters, apparently all fleeing Tunisia in a concerted last ditch effort to reach Sicily. The location of the airfield was less than six miles due south through the forest from Pendills Bay which is wedged along the lakeshore between the larger Whitefish Bay of the even larger Lake Superior. One day at lunch or over coffee or drinks, and still struggling with his dilemma to complete the story, he mentioned his bomber problem to a fellow artist who just happened to be a cartoonist drawing comics day-to-day for the same publishing company. Trucks of that nature typically carried around 750 gallons of fuel which, to top off the Ju-390, would require either several trucks or several trips or both, none of which is known how it was done. They also began exploring ways to generate enough pure uranium and graphite, and researched uranium isotope separation methods.Work on the program sped up quickly in 1945, however, especially after the Soviets learned of the Trinity test. However, somewhere along the way, in or near the far reaches of Arctic Siberia, either while still on the train or after it had been transfered to vehicles, it disappeared. The distraction, of course, was the Germans having detonated a nuclear bomb, a major game changer for the Third Reich depending on what their intent was relative to its use. The plan was to use the airfield for a refueling stop. 6, dated January, 1944. Other than the somewhat ambiguous highly classified information or material connected to the German rocket scientist Werner Von Braun and that whatever the Soviets absonded with was apparently secretly transported to Siberia by train, not much else was said. The photograph of the JU-390 a few paragraphs above-back, said to have been taken from a convoy ship supplying the beachhead during Operation Torch, the Allied invasion of North Africa in late 1942. AREA 51, GROOM LAKE, ROSWELL Before he had a chance to put the attack into motion, what was to be the lead ship, the L-70, was caught coming in over England at the low altitude --- for a Climber --- of around 17,000 feet and shot out of the sky with Stasser in command. The above graphic depicts a JU-52, the type troop transport that was on the recipient or loosing end of P-40s during the 100 plane North Africa "Goose Shoot." Trucks of that nature typically carried around 750 gallons of fuel which, to top off the Ju-390, would require either several trucks or several trips or both, none of which is known how it was done. The quote is from the source so cited: With a slight assist from a fellow artist in the same building the answer is yes. That air battle involved 46 P-40s shooting down a fleet of 100 fully loaded German Junker troop transports flying just above sea level escorted by 50 Messerschmitt fighters, apparently all fleeing Tunisia in a concerted last ditch effort to reach Sicily. Those killed were burned, survivors suffered from severe nosebleeds and untreatable burns. The Germans knew with the flight distant capabilities of the Ju-390 they could make it to the defense plants in Michigan and back IF the Azores were included. Because of that clearance I met a person called "Harry the Man," who, at that time was considered to be the top-rated high altitude breathing equipment specialist in the world. The existence of the Ju-390 over North Africa in November 1942 was not widely known even in the theater of operation and being kept a secret outside of it. A resident of Burlington, Vermont, Ruben Paul Whittemore, has reported he had relatives who witnessed the recovery of three bodies found in the Penobscot river estuary on September 28, 1944 and taken by the U.S. Coast Guard to Rockland Maine Station. A USN Intelligence report in June 1945 asserts the Japanese already had full performance details for the Ju-390 by October 1943. With a slight assist from a fellow artist in the same building the answer is yes. The aircraft warning installations and anti-aircraft emplacements were also to be abandoned. As usual the Germans had a plan --- or at the very least an ace up their sleeve, no matter how unplayable it may have appeared on the surface. The next day his fellow artist went through his morgue and came up with a series of three or four pencil sketches he drew dated August 1943 of a huge six engine plane with a German insignia on the fuselage he saw flying by his high perch window one day in the sky over New York. A German historian has claimed in a new book presented on Monday that Nazi scientists successfully tested a tactical nuclear weapon in the last months of World War II. How the offloading of fuel from the ship or boat to shore was accomplished or how the trucks were filled is not known with any amount of certainty. By then my uncle was wanting to beat a hasty retreat but before he could one of the men shot him in the back point blank. The question is, how is it Ramsey, who did an excellent job drawing the P-40s come up with the idea of a six-engine German aircraft? Near the end of World War II, the principal Allied war powers made plans for exploitation of German science. Compared to a strict bombing run on New York and back, flying in over Canada and exiting directly out over the Empire State Building would put somewhere in the vicinity of 1,200 additional miles on a round trip flight --- meaning of course, ending up with a major fuel deficit of at least 2,400 miles returning to Europe. The source for the majority of the airfield use by the German bomber is from a personal interview with an actual eyewitness to the event, a former airman doing routine guard duty the night the plane swept on to the base. The source for the majority of the airfield use by the German bomber is from a personal interview with an actual eyewitness to the event, a former airman doing routine guard duty the night the plane swept on to the base. In December 1952, the North Korean government established the Academy of Sciences and the Atomic Energy Research Institute. Strong electrical disturbances and the impossibility to continue radio communication as by lighting turned up. As usual the Germans had a plan --- or at the very least an ace up their sleeve, no matter how unplayable it may have appeared on the surface. It concurs that Hitler's scientists failed in the quest to achieve a breakthrough in nuclear technology - BUT that a documented test may have taken place of a rudimentary warhead in 1944. The photo clearly shows a white 'Afrika' band used for identification of German aircraft operating in the Mediterranean, or North Africa. So long range was the abilities of the Ju-390 one was been reported to have left Europe coming in over Canada crossing into U.S. airspace to photograph defense plants in Michigan only to exit out over the Atlantic sometime after noon on August 28, 1943 by coming in behind any east-facing aircraft detection systems and passing directly over New York above the Empire State Building. JU-390 PROTOTYPES. Did he just happen to look up from his drawing table on the afternoon of August 28, 1943 and see the fly over of the six-engine Junker and simply incorporate them into his story published January 1944 as though they as a bomber were an everyday German plane? Gunson states it is not a photo montage at all. It cannot be discounted that they did have nuclear weapons. Home of the Daily and Sunday Express. Just when the townspeople became used to having 12,000 U.S. military personnel in their town, businesses, and their backyards (where anti-aircraft weapons were sometimes positioned), the buildup was reversed. ", ----------AS SO GRACIOUSLY OFFERED BY----------A READER OF MY WORKS. (please click) The reknown Ju-390 test pilot Hans Werner Lerche in his autobiography refers to RC+DA in his book and mentions it as the other Ju-390. P-40 WARHAWKPEARL HARBOR SURVIVOR It was hoped for by the Germans that they could use the Azores as a refueling stop either coming or going or both. First, the mysterious German U-boat U-196 and secondly, as reported on this page, the potential possibility of not only a Nazi atomic bomb prior to the end of World War II, but also the actual testing of one. The testimony of the four German scientists in the declassified American report mentions a top secret meeting held in Berlin in 1943 at which armaments minister and Hitler favourite Albert Speer was present for the discussion called a "nuclear summit.". LTS.290 used a number of early Ju.290 prototypes and Ju.90 aircraft to ferry supplies to Tunisia in the closing stages of of the North Africa campaign. Since nobody was excessively over interested in drawings done by some low level cartoonist, he just stuck them away in his morgue. (see), The question is, how is it Ramsey, who did an excellent job drawing the P-40s come up with the idea of a six-engine German aircraft? A USN Intelligence report in June 1945 asserts the Japanese already had full performance details for the Ju-390 by October 1943.(source). Instead of pooling its resources, Nazi Germany … The … Hoover Dam was another thing. That plan circulated around a practically secret location 350 miles north of the defense plants where two of the Great Lakes, Lake Superior and Lake Huron practically come together at Sault Ste. On my page, as part of what I present regarding the shoot out, I used the four pages. As quick as the plane come to a stop than a tanker truck pulled up and started refueling it. Kelly Johnson of the Lockheed Skunk works was his friend as well as Howard Hughes. (see), For years reports have surfaced that the next year, sometime around September 17-19, 1944, a large six engine aircraft painted very dark green and black paint crashed in the sea off Owls Head Lighthouse, Maine. The date alone disrupts claims that the first J-390 flight was made in 1943. JUNKERSMOTORENWERKE (Agts: Haan) The plan was to use the airfield for a refueling stop. At a certain moment, the news came through that detonation was imminent," he said. The date alone disrupts claims that the first J-390 flight was made in 1943. Before the year 1943 was half over the War Department ordered that by September 1st the entire Sault area contingent be reduced to less than 2,500 officers and men. By the end of 1944 there was only one company of men left at nearby Fort Brady. At the time we were talking I didn't know the difference between one German bomber and the next, and for the most part still don't to this day. Because of the nature of the secrecy surrounding the plane, working there required me to obtain a confidential clearance. The first five powers to join the atomic club also happen to be the United Nation Security Council’s permanent members with veto power. by. The aircraft warning installations and anti-aircraft emplacements were also to be abandoned. 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