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"I could see someone inside of it because there was light enlightening him." You have drawn this, right? "Yeah, at that time." So do you find what Mr. Urban saw credible? "I definitely do, he saw it in 1945 and simply drawn what he saw. And in the year 1945 noone knew anything or talked about flying saucers, or UFOs if you wish. Mr. Urban mentions only strangely-looking aircraft. An aircraft with a disc instead of wings." "Hm, it was rounded." At the dawn of the war, Prague wasn't anymore secure against U.S. bombers. During one of air raids hundreds of Prague citizens died, including Mr. Urban's brother and mother. Shortly after R. Schriever lefts Prague and gets to the U.S. Army. What happened to his plans or even finished flying saucers? That was published as late as 1953 by former aircraft development commander of Nazi Bohemia-Moravia Protectorate Ingenieur Georg Klein. "He claimed that he was present
at the test flights in Avia and that they were amazing. The "Flugscheibe", the flying saucer reached 12km (36000feet) in three minutes. and then it moved horizontally at the speed of 2200km/h (1400mph) Which means Mach 2... I believe this is impossible." Let us return to Rudolf Schriever again Together with many other Nazi experts, including for example deadly V-2 rocket designer, Wernher von Braun, whose projects killed hundreds of civilians all over Europe, Schriever was transferred to the US. This transfer was codenamed Operation Paperclip. This operation gathered all the Nazi brains, these people were flown to the United States, where they were allowed to continue their constructions. A mystery appears. While e.g. Wernher von Braun became a prominent to later get the Americans to the Moon in the Apollo project,
Schriever returns from the U.S. back to Germany. Noone knew why. "One thing seems strange to me. Let's say someone is a flight engineer, he is interested in aircraft for his whole life. And this person after returning to Germany becomes a driver for U.S. occupation units. Something must have happened between this, which set Schriever aside from anything related to aviation." Yet another mysterious thing: At the time Schriever is working in the US, there are the first witnesses who see flying saucers over the Nevada desert. Were they by any change his machines? It was one big and ingenious cover-up, when aliens and UFOs appeared, something new.
Aliens can do anything and so we can go on with producing new flying saucers. People start saying: "We saw strange flying saucers" "The Roswell UFO crash in 1947 is a well-known event. The question is whether it was really a crash or if it was shot down or if it was an emergency landing. Noone knows. We only know that the US started to cover-up and the cold war started as well." We have already mentioned that in Cheb factory there has been a big archive. Maybe some of Schriever's notes could have remained there. What has happened to this archive? "When the factory was taken by US Army it was completely closed for everyone for one or two months. As late as in the 50's when some companies started to settle down in the airport remains, the archive was carried out and it was treated in such a way, that anything found
was used to fill the holes from the bombing. That means the archive is all over here, under us." Rudolf Schriever dies shortly after his return from the United States. It was a sudden death and he was only 44. You may ask: If the U.S. really developed and tested flying saucers, why have they never used them in combat? And why are they silent about them up to this day? Why do you think they didn't go on? "I think it's because we have had jet engines which were faster and we have also had helicopters, that could hover in the air. This technology - it's hard to say, whether it is still in development somewhere but you couldn't use it in war." "In my opinion, the flying saucers are obsolete but if I had the chance, I would continue studying it because there is this white space the vacuum in history. Especially WWII history has a lot of black holes." Questions remain unanswered.
Most likely we will never know if flying saucers, better known as UFOs, about whose many say they are of alien origin aren't actually copies of Schriever's ideas from Cheb and Prague... NA VLASTNI OCI, 2007
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