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  •  That idea might not be true, (0+ / 0-)

    the BBC reported in 2005. Though I've not seen much follow-up.

    The newly uncovered document was discovered after the publication of Karlsch's [disputed by historians] book, Hitlers Bombe (Hitler's Bomb), in which he made the nuclear test claim.

    "The Nazis were far away from a 'classic' atomic bomb. But they hoped to combine a 'mini-nuke' with a rocket," Dr Karlsch told the BBC News website.

    "The military believed they needed around six months more to bring the new weapon into action. But the scientists knew better how difficult it was to get the enriched uranium required."

    Until we break the corporate virtual monopoly on what we hear and see, we keep losing, don't matter what we do.

    by Jim P on Fri Oct 09, 2009 at 08:21:16 PM PDT

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