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Hitler's Suppressed and Still-Secret Weapons, Science and Technology

3.56  ·  Rating Details ·  48 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Nazi technology extended far further than has generally been acknowledged, in fact to almost unfathomable levels. This book provides a glimpse into German research. It contains reports of structured bombs of nipolit, N-stoff bombs, cold bombs, oxygen bombs which could destroy all life, atomic bombs and rumours of the mysterious molecular bomb.
Paperback, 335 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Adventures Unlimited Press (first published August 9th 2007)
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Themistocles
Aug 25, 2009 Themistocles rated it did not like it
Boy oh boy.

Whereas there is surely a mountain of material on secret (or 'secret') Nazi technology, this is surely not the book to read about it. When you read such a book the most important thing is: SOURCES. As it is, the author's notable sources include:

-an article in some french magazine from the 60's, author unknown
-someone who called the author late one night and told him that a cousin of his witnessed something back in the war
-a passage from Iron Coffins (great book on u-boats) where a u-b
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Pedro Plassen
Dec 01, 2009 Pedro Plassen rated it liked it
Shelves: history, military, science
Surprisingly clearly well written for a conspiracy book. Basically, the author limits to enumerate a series of possibly German-developed technology based on de-classified US reports, never elaborating too much on each case (the purpose of the book is to provide hints for further investigation).
In being eager to provide proofs of the German advancement in many fields, the author contradicts himself, as the case of a nuclear test reportedly witnessed by an Italian government member in 44, on the
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Friedrich Haas
Aug 08, 2012 Friedrich Haas rated it really liked it
Shelves: war-historical
The Victor writes the history, and steals the spoils of war, no matter who the Victor is. A fascinating exploration.
Lisa Vizcarra
Jun 29, 2009 Lisa Vizcarra is currently reading it
Some of the inforamtion is not new, but reading it again is interesting. I will also us this book for research.
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