So what was "The Bell?" What about the "Fly Trap?" Were the Nazis developing anti-gravity based UFO’s?
I found a few quotes over at Wiki that would support the information presented in the previous video.
Sir Roy Feddon, Chief of the Technical Mission to Germany for the Ministry of Aircraft Production, stated in 1945:It’s worth noting that after WWII, many of Germany’s top scientists immediately became some of America’s top scientist.
“I have seen enough of their designs and production plans to realize that if they (the Germans) had managed to prolong the war some months longer, we would have been confronted with a set of entirely new and deadly developments in air warfare.”
In 1956, Captain Edward J. Ruppelt, Chief of the US Air Force Project Bluebook, stated the following:
“When WWII ended, the Germans had several radical types of aircraft and guided missiles under development. The majority were in the most preliminary stages, but they were the only known craft that could even approach the performance of objects reported to UFO observers.”
The front page of The New York Times on November 17, 1945, bore a curiously vague headline: “88 German Scientists Reach Here, Reputedly With Top War Secrets.” The scientists had arrived on a converted ocean liner the day before—60 years ago today—and been immediately “whisked away” aboard a fleet of buses. “Unusual precautions were taken to keep the arrival secret, and reporters who went on board the ship and found the eighty-eight men waiting to land … were warned away,” the Times reported. The paper speculated that the group’s arrival was the result of a program announced weeks earlier by the War Department to bring German scientists to America, and in spite of the secrecy, the Times guessed right. Men who just seven months earlier had been at war with the United States were being ushered onto our shores by the government. The purpose: to jump-start American high-tech industry.
Did they bring the secrets of Nazi technologies, anti-gravity, or even working designs for UFO’s to America as well? If so, I sure hope their design plans were better than the ones Mr. Xoom posted a few weeks back. No matter what I do, that stubborn-assed saucer just refuses to take flight.