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SPECIAL REPORT 2011: Hitler's Secret UFO Weapons [Paperback]

Jack Follett
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29 Dec 2010
UFO sightings during and after World War II can be traced back to the German weapons makers and their amazing use of electro-gravity to power their own manmade ships. Many of the ships appear to bear the sign of the Nazi cross on their outer skin, which is shown in several of the more dramatic photos, in the same way that an airplane would bear insignia on its wings and fuselage. This is further borne out by actual newsclippings from "The New York Times" in which U.S. soldiers in Europe reported seeing colored spheres flying both singly and in clusters during the war. The idea that the Germans were using a secret base in Antarctica to house and maintain their so-called UFOs is examined, and Admiral Byrd's famous exploratory trip to the frozen south is explained as a military attack on the Nazi stronghold disguised as a scientific mission. Apparently, the U.S. forces were no match for the Nazi airships, which shot down several planes and forced Byrd's troops to retreat.

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  • Paperback: 150 pages
  • Publisher: Books On Demand (29 Dec 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 3842344090
  • ISBN-13: 978-3842344099
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 17.5 x 25 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,198,000 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Scary Nazi Weapons... some nice reading... 16 Jan 2011
Books like this are hard to review actually. Jack Follett has done a deservingly good job of collecting data which possibly shows that UFOs are "man" made. Some of the UFOs were actually either constructed by the Nazi toward the end of WWII, or have been manufactured in places like Area 51 supposedly based upon the Nazi UFO designs. Because of the title "Special Report" I was concerned that this would be just a 20 pages script but it's a full blown book with 150 pages. If you are a seasoned paranoiac this is the right stuff for you. Well worth reading. Both thumbs up.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Complete waste of time 20 Jan 2012
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I bought this book not expecting much, and I was sorely disappointed. This print-on-demand title is poorly written and simply repeats the speculations of other writers. There's no bibliography and no index. The font size is several times larger than usual, meaning you get less foolish text per page (which you might think is good), but when you consider what you're paying for this item, you're paying a lot for less. It's not even fun to read. It's so bad it isn't even laughable.

The only original part of this book is a four page chapter that allegedly reveals a wartime Soviet aerial recon photo of a German flying saucer. The photo is "cleaned up" to reveal the standard fantasy Nazi saucer--Iron Crosses, camo paint job, complete with gun turret on the top cupola! The whole thing looks like a model kit, and that's what I bet it is--and the blurry "Soviet" photo is simple a clear picture of the model made to look grainy with age. (The photo is a 3/4 top view of the saucer inside a brick-walled courtyard. How a Soviet aircraft could take such a photo is beyond comprehension.)

Don't waste your money on this ridiculous volume. I wasted mine. Learn from my mistake.
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