The Nazis landed a spaceship on the moon 27 years before American astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped on the lunar surface during the Apollo 11 mission, according to The Express.
Adolf Hitler ordered the crew of the Third Reich astronauts to visit the moon in 1942, in the middle of World War II. Many fans of this conspiracy believe that Nazi astronauts walked on the surface of the moon using a rocket ship developed by Hitler’s best scientists.
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Bulgarian researcher Dr. Vladimir Terziski claims to have evidence of a successful Reich mission. The engineer and physicist suggested that the Germans developed a space program with their Japanese allies in World War II.
It is noteworthy that Dr. Terziski lectures around the world about his crazy theory.
He even claims that the Germans created a base on the moon after the end of World War II. This is due to the allegations of the defeated Nazis who fled to Antarctica after the war and led their secret space program from there.
It was said that Nazi scientists led by SS General Hans Kammler, who oversaw Hitler’s missile program, were behind this.
According to Dr. Terziski’s lectures, the secret Antarctic base was called “Neuschwabenland.”
He also claims that the tests were conducted from Nazi secret shelters in South America, where many leading officers fled.
The expert believes that the rapid increase in the number of UFO sightings since the 1940s was a test of Nazi ships.
The scientist also said: “The Germans landed on the moon as early as probably 1942, utilizing their larger exo-atmospheric rocket saucers of the Miethe and Schriever type.
Ever since their first day of landing on the moon, the Germans started boring and tunneling under the surface, and by the end of the war there was a small Nazi research base on the moon.”
However, the theory was accepted by the scientific community as pure fantasy.
Colin Summerhayes, a geologist at the University of Cambridge, published a 21-page scientific article to refute the existence of the alleged Nazi UFO secret base at the South Pole.
He concluded: “The Germans did not construct a secret base before, during or immediately after World War II.”
However, among the Nazis, there was a huge interest in space travel.
Germany had advanced rocket technology that was used to develop terrifying V1 and V2 weapons, which caused great damage to Britain.
In addition to all this, the Third Reich has developed a “flying saucer,” or in other words, a flying wing “Horten Ho 229,” which often feeds the theory of Nazi UFOs.
Former Nazi rocket scientists have played an important role in creating and sending the true story of the man on the moon, Neil Armstrong.
The United States hired Nazi scientists to help develop a space program that transformed into the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969.
Their help was in exchange for not being brought to trial for war crimes.
It began in 1945, after the surrender of Germany when the United States began to recruit Nazi scientists to help continue the war against Japan in the Pacific.
The people responsible for the deadly V2 rocket that hit London during Blitz were pardoned in exchange for their collaboration.
Many of them subsequently played an important role in the development of the US space program.