A secret Nazi nuclear plant

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  1. v2

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    Very interesting V2, thanks for posting.

    Geo
     
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    Not entirely factual, that report.

    First the evidence that the facility had anything to do with a nuclear programme is pretty thin on the ground. It's actually close to zero, but it makes a good headline. You could find higher than background levels of radiation in many places, particularly tunnels. Ask anyone who lives in Aberdeen and has a cellar :)

    Secondly a substantial underground (tunnel) complex was investigated after the war, so at least some tunnels were known at the time. They comprised one of the sub-plants used in Me 262 production. They have obviously uncovered more of this complex.

    Cheers

    Steve
     
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    Is this the long lost launch site of the Nazi nuclear far side of the Moon mission.
     
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    Very cool either way!

    Must be exciting to find something like this.
     
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