By Christopher Ailsby
Hitler's Sky Warriors is a close exam of the origins of airborne forces in Germany and Europe in the course of and after international conflict I
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The American writer, Malcolm X refers to him in his book “We Want You? ”, page 10, and claims that Donitz knew about Hitler’s plans and was instrumental in his escape to an oasis in South America. O. Story, repeatedly quotes Donitz as playing a key role in the Fuhrer’s plans. On page 15 he reports excerpts from one of Donitz’s speeches at a graduation ceremony to naval cadets in Kiel, in 1944: “The German navy has still a great role to play in the future. The German navy knows all hiding places for the navy to take the Fuhrer to, should the need arise.
Extensive preliminary tests and research were necessary before construction could be started. Because of the great speed and the extraordinary heat stress, special heat-resisting materials had to be found. The development, which cost millions, was almost completed at the end of the war. The then existing models were destroyed but the plant in Breslau where Miethe worked fell into the hands of the Russians who took all the material and the experts to Siberia, where work on these “flying saucers” is being successfuly continued.
Many of them were, but there was a standard requirement in German military thinking that demanded that for every new weapon introduced, a defence had to be introduced with it. A sensible safety measure in case any weapon ever fell into enemy hands which could then quickly be copied and used against Germany. Thus, when radar was introduced, radar jamming devices were introduced at the same time. When fast jet planes were brought in, (200 kilometers faster than the fastest Allied planes in existence or in the planning stage), ground to air defence missiles were concurrently introduced.