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Sid Guttridge wrote:I have found the following rather adult article debunking one of the peripheral myths of WWII:
http://www.doxtop.com/browse/cd6c4896/a ... itler.aspx
Mark McShane wrote:Thanks for posting Sid,
I liked the section on Byrd and the UFO's and a great article overall.
redcoat wrote:The bit I find depressing is that nonsense like this needs to be debunked in the first place
waldzee wrote:redcoat wrote:The bit I find depressing is that nonsense like this needs to be debunked in the first place
If people want to Believe in secret Nazi bases in Antartica- its harmless. I suggest they cash in their farm & go look...
Those penguins do look suspicious..
Atrevida wrote:On the gangplank between U-977 and the quay you can just make out what looks like a 14-feet long fishing net four feet in height, of two sides and able to stand by itself.
Atrevida wrote:The mysterious aerial seen in the photograph of U-977 may be significant here.
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