While there is no credible evidence to support the theory of Nazi spacecraft, the stories are often associated with esoteric Nazism; an ideology that supposes the unlikely possibility of Nazi restoration by supernatural or paranormal means. Consequently all but the most plausible accounts of actual spacecraft are generally held to be religious, political and scientific heresy.
Le Matin des Magiciens, a 1967 book by Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier, made many spectacular claims about the Vril Society of Berlin.(left: Vril Society logo). Several years later writers, including Jan van Helsing, Norbert-Jürgen Ratthofer, and Vladimir Terziski, have built on their work, connecting the Vril Society with UFOs. Among their claims, they imply that the society may have made contact with an alien race and dedicated itself to creating spacecraft to reach the aliens. In partnership with the Thule Society and the Nazi Party, the Vril Society developed a series of flying disc prototypes. With the Nazi defeat, the society allegedly retreated to a base in Antarctica and vanished.
Nazi Saucers & the UFO Conspiracy
Flying saucers and the Third reich
More than any war before it, World War II was the war of secret weapons. A few of these advances, like the American atomic bomb and the British ability to crack the German communication ciphers may have actually tipped the outcome of the conflict. The Axis powers also had their secrets and many of the most clandestine German war-time technical advances are now well known.
German Secret Weapons
German Flying Discs
Advantages of Disc Aircraft
UFOs and Antigravity Myths
Haunebu Nazi UFO Pictures
Nazi UFO: The Bell Documentry
The Haunebu Nazi UFO history
Nazi UFO Antarctic base
July 22, 2010 UPDATE:
Discovery Channel – Nazi UFO Conspiracy
Note: All 5 parts of the documentary are avaliable in this player!
November 18, 2010 UPDATE:
Find out more at our Nazi UFOs tag.