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Roswell and the Reich : the Nazi connection

Author: Joseph P Farrell
Publisher: Kempton, Ill. : Adventures Unlimited Press, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Was the Roswell crash a Nazi operation? The author describes how leading scientists involved in Nazi experiments in new technologies towards the end of World War II were exported to the Allied countries after the war, mainly to the United States. He further traces the links between continuing Reich activities and the newly-formed CIA and other military and industrial establishments. Finally, he proposes that the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph P Farrell
ISBN: 9781935487050 1935487051
OCLC Number: 449891235
Description: xxvi, 520 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The timelines and the scenarios --
The problematic of the Majic-12 documents hoax --
Roswell and the Reich : the Nazi scenario in the wider context of Operation Paperclip, the Cold War, and the Nazi International.
Responsibility: Joseph P. Farrell.

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Was the Roswell crash a Nazi operation? The author describes how leading scientists involved in Nazi experiments in new technologies towards the end of World War II were exported to the Allied countries after the war, mainly to the United States. He further traces the links between continuing Reich activities and the newly-formed CIA and other military and industrial establishments. Finally, he proposes that the Roswell Incident may have been an extraterritorial Reich monitoring its old enemy.

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