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II SS Panzer Corps was where on July 11, '43?

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Soviet recovered vehicle abandoned by the the crew of Speiseeiskampfwagen attached to an LSSAH Schwere Panzer Abteilungen who tried to destroy it due to lack of petrol as the spear head moved beyond the support of stretched supply lines.

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Note the fixed Porsche fighting compartment that enabled hull-down jingle jangle that was replaced later by the Henschel variant to allow for greater crew handling of the nuke.

The wreck was taken by the Soviets to their secret Roswellski Siberian proving grounds but they failed to understand the significance of the capture .

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This has been hidden away for decades but was last seen in Hitlers last Berlin bunker and shows the Project had the highest support and focus from top party officials. The true extent of the preoccupation with the occult is quite threatening and bizarre. Note how the cones "hover"

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This has been hidden away for decades but was last seen in Hitlers last Berlin bunker and shows the Project had the highest support and focus from top party officials. The true extent of the preoccupation with the occult is quite threatening and bizarre. Note how the cones "hover"

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So, are you saying Kettler is correct?

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Only in so far that he has the dots, but needs help connecting them together.

Our investigation is making good progress. In groundbreaking research into newly declassified documents from the former DDR historians are pouring over photos now released into Secret Weapons personnel behind the Project at ease with startling clarity

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Although under military supervision we have here a dastardly civilian-disguised nuke preparation rig. Just because it uses French doesn't make it French! The apparatus is clearly loaded and ready for transfer to the Speiseeiskampfwagen while the scientists, who don't appear to be under any duress, are dialing in the final settings. Those who are observant will raise a knowing eyebrow at the strange bell-like features on the chillingly (sic.) efficient and simple means of transfer for such a complex weapons system.

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http://www.battlefront.com/community/showthread.php?t=92954&highlight=Pak_43&page=5

http://www.battlefront.com/community/showthread.php?t=83510&highlight=Pak_43

Here's some ancient history from JK along the same lines. I'll leave it here in case there are people new to the forum who might mistake JK for a researcher with methods that are something other than slapdash or haphazard.

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This is an obvious amateur re-enactment, the sort that makes one cringe due to inaccuracies, or surviving Heer decoy. How can a bakery van be an deadly ice cream van armed for incursion and detonation? Besides, the Nazis never used bunting.

Not only that, but there is clearly no way for that obviously faked nuclear delivery device to transit underneath the bunting without becoming entangled! What a rookie mistake to make.

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With such a devastating payload crew error could have catastrophic results. Here we see jingle jangle activation in an enclosed area such as mountain range or constrictive valley head or heavy tree cover. Instant Nazi scum disintegration would have been preferred than capture after which interrogation will have been expected to go on for several days so this may have been a deliberate jingle in full knowledge of imminent death. Note now the immediate vegetation around the wreck is arranged pointing to the origin of jingle. We don't see this anywhere else in nature.

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I found an irrefutable image of the leichtSpeiseeiskampfwagen ausf.F designed to be airdroppable in support of airborne operations.

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Rumour has it that this photo was taken in the mountains of Yugoslavia, where it was employed in a bid to decapitate Tito's patisan organisation. Note that again we see the distinctive two-tone camouflage scheme.

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Of particular interest is the windshield anti-glare apparatus that is still in position above and to the front of the nuke operator's seat. We don't need to detail what sort of glare that was for!

JonS, congratulations. After a shaky start we see you are now doing quite well!

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What I think we see here is yet more evidence of lack of attention to detail and its tragic consequences. Lacking the smart, stylish uniforms of the SS and forced to soldier on in the rather dowdy and outdated uniforms foisted upon them by a penny-pinching Parliament and supply services, the British army were in no state to safely and effectively employ such advanced weaponry. Fortunately, the scientists on the other side of the Atlantic were operating under no such handicap and their handsomely attired airmen were fully capable of mastering such high technology. Thank god.

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Here is the shattering truth of Nazi depravity. Political indoctrination of children into the Hitler Youth and the handling of enriched heavy ice, a constituent raw material for the payload, without any protective clothing to a secret, undisclosed processing plant. The transport is SS, marked with secret SS occult runes. The enriched ice has been laser cut and etched to very high tolerances and could not be machined by extant, normally accepted, wartime manufacturing processes to fit their intricate receptacles. This is a shocking revelation and blows away all currently accepted doctrine on wartime nuclear weaponry development as previously accepted until now.

What is even more shocking is the blatant and public display of the heavy ice-carrier's man bag. To do that with such confidence and aplomb demonstrates the elite training needed to carry this off in all situations.

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Poor unfortunate Neo-nazi re-enactors reduced to actually trying to sell ice-cream in the suburbs. Can grogs confirm if jingle jangle is authentic?

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http://www.battlefront.com/community/showthread.php?t=92954&highlight=Pak_43&page=5

http://www.battlefront.com/community/showthread.php?t=83510&highlight=Pak_43

Here's some ancient history from JK along the same lines. I'll leave it here in case there are people new to the forum who might mistake JK for a researcher with methods that are something other than slapdash or haphazard.

lol - thanks for the memories!!

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A snub-nosed low velocity Speiseeiskampfwagen Ausf L. with recoiless KwK hatch emerging from its hardened concrete sunken pen designed to avoid Allied air detection. It is equipped with double jingle jangle. Although not normal doctrine, they could hunt in "ice bear" packs for multiple big boom effects. Timing was important for this and required great crew skill and coordination in their respective "Baren" or detonation might wipe out the other quite unintentionally.

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Before any one asks, that dish near the window on the pen is NOT proof that the Nazi's were communicating to extra-terrestrials orbiting the Earth. No, this stretches credulity too far. What it does prove is that the Nazis were far advanced in pay-per-view sporting events than we could ever imagine them to be!

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And You ,people , calling yourself grog's? The story is well known for decades.

Here for example ,an Airfix diorama reenacting the exact moment of delivery , with all the gruesome details , from 1975.

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Note the winter cammo. It clearly implies plans for earlier use then Kursk.

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In addition to being the smallest nuclear device ever developed by the United States, the 'Major Miles' also has the distinction of being the last atomic device tested by the US in public. The 1962 test shot at the Yankee Stadium Proving Grounds confirmed the effectiveness of the design, and the device's tiny form factor made it a real crowd-pleaser-- or a crowd killer, depending on one's point of view. With the destructive power of twenty tons of TNT squeezed into a King Cone-sized package, it's hard to outperform the Major Miles in terms of convenient annihilation per cone (CAC).

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Now before anyone writes angry letter to the Airfix : indeed, we seeing there a pair of Polar Bears. Yes , by the time they released the kit Airfix were fully aware that the old 'hapless inmate' theory has been long discredited.

The second theory, of the fanatical volunteer 'suicide bomber' lacked any substantial proof. On the other hand , Nazis + Arctic Circle + Polar Bears ? You don't have to be Oppenheimer to be able to connect the dots.

The incredibly deep research done by SS on the Ivan's psyche , on par perhaps only with the effort which Relic put in to the Company of Heroes 2, allowed the cynical Teutons to come up with this devastatingly simple ploy :

when the Russian rank and file see Ice Cream van driven by two Polar Bears dressed as escapees, the one and only possible reaction is to leave the trenches and crowd around in excessive enthusiasm , thus increasing the casualties.

This brings another interesting point: of course , the Boss was quiet big on the animal protection so the Himmler have to come out with the 'inmate ' cover , tactic which still have the power of misguiding researchers, even today.

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A snub-nosed low velocity Speiseeiskampfwagen Ausf L. with recoiless KwK hatch emerging from its hardened concrete sunken pen designed to avoid Allied air detection. It is equipped with double jingle jangle. Although not normal doctrine, they could hunt in "ice bear" packs for multiple big boom effects. Timing was important for this and required great crew skill and coordination in their respective "Baren" or detonation might wipe out the other quite unintentionally.

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Little known fact- Mr Whippy was Eva's pet name for the Fuehrer. Also Margaret Thatcher was their love child hence her involvement in "Mr Whippy" http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/reality-check/2013/apr/17/margaret-thatcher-team-mr-whippy. It's on the internet so it has to be true.

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did y'all know that they actually planned to deploy this weapon for operation Sealion?? Yep - 2 full years before Zitadelle -not even JK knew that!!

Here's the proof - the only known pictures of the Speiseeiskampfscwimmwagen 666 Ausf W....note how the channel Crossing attachment on the roof partially retracts to reduce the chance of hitting a seagull....and also the cunning disguise of English on het sides - which is how we know it was intended for Sealion!!

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