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Haunebu

SS Haunebu

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The Hauneburg conspiracy was the development of experimental aerospace craft built by NS Germany in Heuneburg, during World War II. In ufology, Haunebu craft are often called Reichsflugscheiben (Nazi UFOs).[1]

Conspiracy

An SS (Schutzstaffel) program called the "Hauneburg Device" (Hauneburg-Gerät) was the fifth type of Rundflugzeug (RFZ-5) "round aircraft" that began construction in the mid 1930s. Its name comes from where it was built, in Heuneburg—a prehistoric hillfort by the river Danube in South Germany.

If the specifications for the Haunebu are true, it would prove that our world history has been rewritten. The specifications suggest that Nazi Germany had already achieved space flight as early as 1939. The SS Development Center IV claimed that the Haunebu II had 100% space capability lined with triple external armor, able to operate for approximately 55 hours day or night, no matter the weather.

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Werner von Braun extracted to USA under Operation Paperclip

Immigration of Nazi German scientists, through US Operation Paperclip and Russia’s Operation Osoaviakhim, helped to establish the space programs of the Cold War. A leading figure, immigrated under Operation Paperclip, was Wernher von Braun who was assimilated[2] into NASA. Braun served as director of the newly formed Marshall Space Flight Center and as the chief architect of the Saturn V super heavy-lift launch vehicle that propelled the Apollo spacecraft to the Moon.[3][4]

References
  1. Wiktionary, Haunebu
  2. Wikipedia, Wernher von Braun
  3. "SP-4206 Stages to Saturn, Chapter 9". history.nasa.gov. https://history.nasa.gov/SP-4206/ch9.htm. Retrieved March 8, 2015. 
  4. "Biography of Wernher von Braun". NASA Marshall Space Flight Center. http://history.msfc.nasa.gov/vonbraun/bio.html. 

SS development center IV

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Haunebu I

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Haunebu I (1939—1943)

MEDIUM-HEAVY ARMED AERIAL GYRO, TYPE "HAUNEBU I"[1]

Diameter: 25 Meter
Drive: Thule-Tachyonator 7b
Control: Mag-Feld-Impulser 4
Speed: 4800 Kilom.p.Hr. (calc. up to 17000)
Range in flight time: 18 hours
Armament: 2 x 8cm KSK[2] in revolving towers[3] and 4 x Mk 108, rigid forward
External armor: Double [heat-shielding][4]
Crew: 8 Man
Space ability: 60%
Still suspension stability: 8 Minutes
General Flying ability: Day and Night
Basic suitability for use: 60%
Front availability: Not before the end of the year '44[5]

Remark: The SS-E-IV[6] thinks it would be better to concentrate on already "Haunebu II" in the attempt than to work on both types in parallel. "Haunebu II" promises decisive improvements in just about all points. Higher production costs are justified - especially with regard to Führer's special order concerning flight gyros.

Wiki editor notes
Translated from German 5 Aug 2019.
  1. MITTELSCHWERER—Medium-heavy
  2. The KSK is identified in the plans of Haunebu II as Kraftstrahlkanone, which can be translated as "power beam gun" or "force beam cannon"; mounted on a turret (Compare this technology to the "ray gun" outlined in Memorandum 6751).
  3. Drehtürmen —revolving towers or turrets
  4. Doppel-Victalen[Please help translate] (unable to get direct translation; the Doppel-Victalen is a double layer heat-shielding to protect during spaceflight. The Haunebe II plans indicate a triple heat shield.)
  5. Deployment for use in war, planned to be ready by 1944
  6. SS-E-IV is identified in the Haunebu II plans as the SS (Schutzstaffel) Development Center IV

Haunebu II

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Haunebu II

7 November 1943
SS Development Center IV

MEDIUM-HEAVY ARMED AERIAL GYRO, TYPE "HAUNEBU II"

Diameter: 26,3 meters
Drive: “Thule”-Tachyonator 7c
Control: Mag-Feld-Impulser 4a
Speed: 6000 Kilometer p.Hour[1] (calculated up to approx. 21000)
Range (in flight duration): abt. 55 hours
Armament: 6 8 cm KSK[2] in revolving towers, below, a 11 cm KSK in a turret, above[3]
External Armor: Triple-“Victalen[4]
Crew: 9 Man (additional transport capacity up to 20 men)
Space ability: 100 %
Still suspension stability: 15 Minutes
General Flying ability: Day and Night, Whatever the weather
Basic suitability for use (V7): 85 %

Availability "Haunebu II" (with further good trial process as V7) from October. Then serial production from the turn of the year 1943/44, however, still without improved force beam canon: "Donar Kek IIIV", whose front maturity cannot be accepted until early summer 1944.

The Führer demanded one hundred and ten percent operational readiness all around, however, cannot be expected before the end of next year. Only from about series 9.

Approval of the SS Development Center IV: The new German technology and, above all, the flight gyro and KSKs, is still in use due to time-consuming production

Wiki editor notes
Translated from German 6 Aug 2019.
  1. Or 6,000 kph
  2. The KSK is identified in the plan remarks as Kraftstrahlkanone, which can be translated as "power beam gun" or "force beam cannon"; mounted on a turret (Compare this technology to the "ray gun" outlined in Memorandum 6751).
  3. Read as: 6 and 8 cm KSK turrets below; and one 11 cm KSK turret above
  4. Victalen was a special armor pioneered by SS metallurgists specifically for both the Haunebu and Vril series of disc craft. The Haunebu I had a double hull of Victalen.—Robert Dale Arndt, Jr., (Original source, Secondary source)

Haunebu III

Haunebu iii

Haunebu III

HEAVY ARMED AERIAL GYRO, "HAUNEBU III"

Diameter: 71 meters
Drive: Thule-Tachyonator 7c plus Heavy levitatorsm(armored)
Control: Mag-Feld-Impulser 4a
Speed: abt. 7000 Kilom.p.Hour[1] (calculated up to 40000)
Range (in Flight duration): abt. 8 Weeks (in S-L flight 40% more)[2]
Armament: 4 x 11 cm KSK in turrets (3 below, 1 above), 10 x 8cm KSK in a twist ring plus 6 x Mk 108, 8 x 3cm KSK remote-controlled
External Armor: Triple-“Victalen[3]
Crew: 32 Man (additional transport capacity up to 70 Persons)
Space ability: 100 %
Still suspension stability: 25 Minutes
General Flying ability: Whatever the weather Day and Night
Basic suitability for use: Around 1945

Remark: SS-E-IV thinks it is necessary to note that in "Haunebu III" a great work of German technology is being developed, but because of the general material situation all forces should be placed on the faster available Haunebu II.
With the light cruise gyro "Vril" of the Schumann Group, "Haunebu II" could certainly fulfill the demands made by the Führer.

Wiki editor notes
Translated from German 6 Aug 2019.
  1. Or 7,000 kph
  2. It's suspected that "S-L" means SchwereLosigkeit—weightlessness; which furthers the hypothesis that the Germans were familiar with 0 gravity before any other nation—in space, as early as the 1930s.
  3. Victalen was a special armor pioneered by SS metallurgists specifically for both the Haunebu and Vril series of disc craft. The Haunebu I had a double hull of Victalen.—Robert Dale Arndt, Jr., (Original source, Secondary source)

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