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Projekt UFO: The Case for Man-Made Flying Saucers

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W.A.Harbinson's groundbreaking non-fiction work, PROJEKT UFO: THE CASE FOR MAN-MADE FLYING SAUCERS, details the extraordinary facts behind his best-selling novel GENESIS. Widely regarded as one of the most detailed and level-headed books ever published on this controversial subject, PROJEKT UFO is also considered by many to offer the definitive explanation for a mystery ...more
Kindle Edition, 294 pages
Published (first published 1995)
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The gist of Harbinson’s hypothesis is as follows: In the late 1800s, someone got a jump on building ships for air travel. Then in the 1930s, the first rocket launch took place in the Americas but it was Nazi Germany that took advantage of this new technology and started building ships that would eventually become flying saucers. Although Nazi Germany did not get their own saucer into production quick enough to win the war, the technology was scooped up by Great Britain, Canada,
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