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SS Brotherhood of the Bell: The Nazis' Incredible Secret Technology

SS Brotherhood of the Bell: The Nazis' Incredible Secret Technology

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by Joseph P. Farrell
     
 

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In 1945, a mysterious Nazi secret weapons project code-named "The Bell" left its underground bunker in lower Silesia, along with all its project documentation, and a four-star SS general named Hans Kammler. Taken aboard a massive six engine Junkers 390 ultra-long range aircraft, "The Bell," Kammler, and all project records disappeared completely, along with the

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In 1945, a mysterious Nazi secret weapons project code-named "The Bell" left its underground bunker in lower Silesia, along with all its project documentation, and a four-star SS general named Hans Kammler. Taken aboard a massive six engine Junkers 390 ultra-long range aircraft, "The Bell," Kammler, and all project records disappeared completely, along with the gigantic airecraft. It is thought to have flown to America or Argentina. As a prelude to this disappearing act, the SS murdered most of the scientists and technicians involved with the project, a secret weapon that according to one German Nobel prize-winning physicist, was given a classification of "decisive for the war," a security classification higher than any other secret weapons project in the Third Reich, including its atomic bomb. What was "The Bell"? What new physics might the Nazis have discovered with it? How far did the Nazis go after the war to protect the advanced energy technology that it represented? In The SS Brotherhood of The Bell, alternative science and history researcher Joseph P. Farrell reveals a range of exotic technologies the Nazis had researched, and challenges the conventional views of the end of World War Two, the Roswell incident, and the beginning of MAJIC-12, the government's alleged secret team of UFO investigators.

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ISBN-13:
9781935487609
Publisher:
Adventures Unlimited Press
Publication date:
04/01/2011
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306,605
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6 MB

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SS Brotherhood of the Bell: The Nazis' Incredible Secret Technology 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Captain-Kent More than 1 year ago
Dr. Farrell earned his doctorate from the University of Oxford and it shows in his writing. The SS Brotherhood of the Bell is a scientific investigation into the Above Top Secret Nazi weapons research being carried out in Germany prior to and on into World War Two. Hitler wanted his Wonder Weapon and whatever the bell was it ranked above Nazi research to develop their own atom bomb. Researchers believe the bell was that wonder weapon. This book is not a casual read. It will require some effort, but if the reader keeps up with Dr. Farrell he will explain everything along the way and it will be worth the ride. Read the footnotes. This book isn't based on anecdotal evidence. It is thoroughly researched and annotated. The layman just may come away from this fascinating book with a new found interest in physics... as well as history.
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JohnM-in-NY More than 1 year ago
I purchased this book for amusement and humor. I was disappointed that there were no Bug Eyed Monsters. The attempts at 'proof' were pompous, confrontative (i.e. you disagree with me because you are stupid), boring and ludicrous. However, the pervasive and monomaniacal 'mission' of informing a deceived public with 'the truth' did not disappoint. Overall I found the book to be an infomercial approach to science.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Here you will rest
Legion More than 1 year ago
If your considering buying this book I must warn you strongly against it. It was one of the worst books i've ever read, which is saying something because I read a lot of books most on the topic of World War II so I do know something about the topic. The book is either too technical, I recommend having a physicist and an engineer in your pocket, for most readers or too stupid for anyone to enjoy. I spent most of the book being enraged by the authors claims. I won't waste peoples time explaining where the author is wrong because i'd say 99% of the book is something i'd flush down the toilet. All you need do is read the first few pages and you'd throw the book away. I'll finish with this. Don't buy, rent, or check this book out from the library as you can't get the time this author wastes back, believe me I wish I could.