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.