Secret Nazi nuclear bunker discovered in Austria by filmmaker


A community of underground tunnels and bunkers used by the Nazis to develop an atomic bomb has been discovered in Austria by a filmmaker.

The advanced was discovered simply outdoors the small city of St Georgen an der Gusen, close to Linz. Its precise location was decided utilizing intelligence stories and radiation checks, which revealed larger than regular ranges of radioactivity.

Andreas Sulzer, the filmmaker who’s main the exploration, discovered a essential 1944 report by the forerunner to the CIA, from an American spy who famous the existence of a secret weapons programme in the world.

The facility was constructed utilizing slave labour from a close-by focus camp, Mauthausen-Gusen.

Covering as much as 75 acres, the huge web site was believed to be related to the underground Bergkristall manufacturing unit, the place the Messerschmitt Me 262, the primary jet-powered fighter airplane, was constructed.

Following the battle, the manufacturing unit was inspected by the Allies, however they by no means uncovered the well-hidden, secret advanced.

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