Second press source about Nazi UFOs

In May 1949 a few US newspapers published (The Washington Daily News May 14; The Akron Beacon Journal May 15) a short story the Air Force believing the flying saucers being real and the product of a new technology based on the “gyroscopic principle” developed by some Nazi scientists fled to Spain. This looks like Read More…

Key points of the German saucer legends

A short presentation introducing the main events and key points (including important remarks) about the legends of the German saucers (Nazi UFOs) between 1945 and 1954. A great starting point to better understand the whole story. Adopt patterdale terrier, Nissan note for sale bristol, Nissan qashqai 1.5dci

UFO Nazisti (Italian version of a study about German saucers)

Cosa sono Per “UFO nazisti” si intendono i presunti velivoli a forma discoidale che sarebbero stati progettati e/o realizzati dai Tedeschi sul finire della Seconda Guerra Mondiale e, stando ad inverosimili e più recenti sviluppi della leggenda, sviluppati al punto da diventare vere e proprie astronavi interplanetarie ed addirittura interstellari. Le storie si possono dividere in due filoni principali Read More…

The Timeline of the German saucers

This is the first comprehensive timeline of all major events related to the birth and development of the legend of the German saucers (1945-1954). The timeline has been prepared by Maurizio Verga and presented at the third metting of UFO Historiography (Turin – march 5, 2016).     See a full-screen version of the Timeline of Read More…

Giuseppe Belluzzo, the Italian engineer

An Italian turbine engineer claims that “flying saucers” were Italian blueprints, later passed to Germans. Here it is the original article published on the Italian daily “Il Giornale d’Italia” on March 24-25, 1950. Giuseppe Belluzzo was a noted turbine expert (born in Verona, on November 25, 1876), whose nearly 50 books were highly considered. During the Fascist Read More…

The Schriever Story

[OLD VERSION] The first would-be inventor of a Nazi “flying saucer”. More than Belluzzo, he launched the concept of man-made UFOs by the Nazis. Like Beluzzo he died a few years after his claims and the mistery begins.   On the left the first page of the original “Der Spiegel” article dated March 30, 1950 Read More…