Saturday, November 26, 2011

UFO COVERUP: German Antarctica Bases Truth Not Fiction

German Transport Vessels Get Wartime Job Done

Just before the end of World War II two German provision U-boats, U-530 and U-977, were launched from a port on the Baltic Sea. Reportedly they took with them members of the antigravity disc research and development teams ULTRA and the last of the most vital disc components. Much of this technology and hardware had been transported to the base during the course of the war.

Antarctica Bases Well Planned As Were Special Aerial Attack Craft

This included the notes and drawings for the latest saucer or aerial disc designs and designs for the gigantic underground complexes and living accommodations based on the remarkable underground factories of Nordhausen in the Harz Mountains. The two U-boats duly reached the new land of Neu Schwabenland where they unloaded everything. When they arrived in Argentina several months later their crews were captured.

German Crews Preferred To Surrender In Argentina

It seems as if they were either counting on the formerly German friendly Argentineans to allow them access or it could have been that they intentionally allowed themselves to be discovered for misinformation purposes. Yes we are the last two renegade German subs. We have been trying to hold out but oops, you caught us the war is finally over!

Determined Americans Grilled Germans For Information

The crews of these U-Boats were of course interrogated by United States intelligence agents who had suspected the existence of the Antarctic base. Whatever the German soldiers tried to tell them, apparently the Americans were not convinced.

American Who Flew Into Hollow Earth Fares Poorly In Lost Battle

Considering the subsequent and ill fated USA Navy backed military actions against the German Last Battalion in Antarctica in later years under Admiral Richard Byrd who arrived at Antarctica with an entire military armada and provisions to last six month. The entire expedition lasted only eight weeks with only approximately three weeks of actual full scale Antarctic operations.

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