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    Re: Armateur He-162 drawing (advice wanted)

    Actually my father was at Normandy on 6 June 1944 and the Luftwaffe were not shy of making an appearance over the beaches from nearby airbases. Your knowledge is based on conjecture, mine on someone...
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    Re: Armateur He-162 drawing (advice wanted)

    Actually yes they would have, because a tactical speed advantage of such magnitude is a force multiplier and if people do not understand that concept I suggest they stick to reading marvel comic...
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    Re: Armateur He-162 drawing (advice wanted)

    Since you're not sure allow me to assist you...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinkel_He_162

    He-162 Salamander Maximum speed: 491 mph (790 km/h) at normal thrust at sea level; capable of 556mph...
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    Re: Luftwaffe Heavy bombers & transports.

    In 1937 with the death of General Wever, his rival Ernst Udet convinced Hitler to kill a private project by Willi Messerschmitt to create a relatively fast long range bomber, the Bf165. Roberth...
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    Since Nickdfresh you made the outrageously incorrect statement that the Germans had no atomic bomb project, something which any 8th grader could disprove with wikipedia, I guess it's easier to throw...
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    More derision from armchair experts who never research the facts themselves
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    If you are going to quote me from a post on another website then don't mislead people by failing to quote my explanation that I made a typo about the dates on that website, otherwise you are simply...
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    Re: A Successful Japanese Atomic Bomb Test?

    Well you're wrong because Suzuki was part of the research group at Kyoto University with Arakatsu and he commented after the war that he was bitter that he and his F-Go teammates were excluded by...
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    Re: Armateur He-162 drawing (advice wanted)

    I think she was a sexy little plane and if the Salamander was in service for the Normandy landings in good numbers it could have been a totally different outcome.
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    Re: Could Germany have won the war ?

    Yeah of course by simply not invading Russia before defeating Britain.
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    The Hiroshima bomb "Little Boy" weighed 8,900lbs (4,040kg). The German atomic bomb known as 76-Zentner was captured by Cmdr Ian Flemming's 30AU Royal Marine Commandos near Espelkamp on 4th April 1945...
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    Simply not true because the Potsdam agreement was reached in July 1945 before the Bomb was used against Japan.
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    Untrue:

    June Rittner was responsible for the installation BY MI-6 of concealed microphones in all the bedrooms and living spaces at Farm Hall, near Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire. Ten German...
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    Re: German Nuclear Weapon Program

    I don’t know where you get your nonsense?

    There definitely was a German atomic weapons project in fact at least three, one was German Naval Ordnance, another by German Army Ordnance and also the...
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    Re: A Successful Japanese Atomic Bomb Test?

    Richard Rhodes may say the Japanese didn’t pursue their Atomic Bomb programs, but that was not the view of those Japanese scientist involved in the project:
    On 15 October 1946 for example the New...
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    Poll: Re: Could Hitler gone to Argentina?

    With respect to an aircraft's weight it is not the gross weight which determines the airfield's ability to accommodate the aircraft. That is precisely why the Boeing 747 has so many wheels and...
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    Poll: Re: Could Hitler gone to Argentina?

    True Borman's skull dug up at Ulap fairgrounds at Berlin have been proved with DNA. What they never explained however was why the skull was caked with red volcanic soil. Hands up Snebold and others...
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    Re: Luftwaffe Heavy bombers & transports.

    Actually Windrider everybody has gotten it wrong for years. The Ju-390 with markings GH+UK is longer than the other marked RC+DA. The Ju-390 V1 was just 31.1 metres long. The Ju-390 V2 was longer at...
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    Re: Unit 731

    The Treaty of San Francsico essentially removed from US and Japanese courts the right to hear any criminal or civil actions in relation to abuse or torture of POWs.
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