Blunder!: How the U.S. gave away Nazi supersecrets to Russia by Tom Agoston

By Tom Agoston

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Kammler absolutely refused to consider the possibility of evacuation, until the move to Nordhausen became inevitable. Kammler's subsequent insistence on having a batch of incompletely tested V-2s shipped to the Western front, [50] KAMMLER'S NEXT MOVE despite von Braun's advice to the contrary, had failed to improve the atmosphere. For approximately one week that early April 1945, Kam-mler did not contact the Peenemunde group. Finally he asked von Braun to see him. In the absence of Dornberger, von Braun was still in charge of the group.

Beside their cot was a telltale empty bottle of Luminal (phenobarbitone). A farewell message in English pinned to one of the pillows read: Dear Captain: We are not permitted to fall into enemy hands alive. 5 On May 13 U-234 first broke wireless silence since leaving Norway. The signal was picked up by a Canadian warship off the Canadian coast, in British territorial waters. For the next five days Fehler played tag with the Canadians, flashing false coordinates of his position. S. Navy. The ruse worked.

The camp itself was almost completely abandoned, as most of the skilled workers had been transferred to other camps on Kammler's orders. Americans entering the camp could not believe their eyes. Combat Command B commander, Brigadier General Truman E. S. Army history of CCB. [ 28 ] KAMMLER'S METROPOLIS Hundreds of corpses lay sprawled over the acres of the big compound. More hundreds filled the great barracks. They lay in contorted heaps, half stripped, mouths gaping in the dirt and straw, or they were piled naked like cordwood.

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