Hitler’s secret flying saucer?

An unidentified flying object (UFO) has been claimed to be Hitler’s secret weapons, the Daily Mail reported on Nov. 17 in its online edition.

The British newspaper cited a report in the German science magazine PM and said that Hitler ordered “scientists to make a war-winning super-weapon” at the close of the war to turn the table. “Some, like the V2 rockets and the first jet fighters, saw action but came too late to halt defeat.”

The Daily Mail reported that “the idea of building flying saucers to bomb London and even New York” could have been just such a scheme.

But now it is claimed that Hitler’s scientists had indeed designed this type of aircraft – and were so far advanced with the project that a prototype may even have flown, according to the Mail.

The program, under the command of SS officer Hans Kammler, was said to have made significant breakthroughs in anti-gravity experiments, the paper said.

The project, called the Schriever-Habermohl scheme, was jointly conducted by Rudolf Schriever, an engineer and test pilot, and Otto Habermohl, an engineer in Prague between 1941 and 1943.

Initially, a Luftwaffe plan after Hitler ordered his airforce chief Hermann Goering to come up with a super-weapon, it was eventually taken over in 1944 by Kammler.

Meanwhile, this claim is not the first one. A German newspaper reported such a story in 2004, followed by similar claims by UFO experts throughout the world.

Korea Times, 11/23/2010