The Maier Files | Unternehmen Patentenraub 1945
Plenty of present-day authors have demonstrated that the German science and technology in the 1930's and 1940's extended far beyond the flash and bang of atomic weapons, flying discs, rail guns and other fascinating technological innovations. It extended into the everyday life of the post-war world.
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Unternehmen Patentenraub 1945

Patentenraub

Unternehmen Patentenraub 1945

Plenty of present-day authors have demonstrated that the German science and technology in the 1930’s and 1940’s  extended far beyond the flash and bang of atomic weapons, flying discs, rail guns and other fascinating technological innovations. It extended into the everyday life of the post-war world. Thousands and thousands of patents were taken away by the Allies from German vaults at the close of the war. This was carried out without payment or even credit for these discoveries.

Just as World War One had the hated Versailles treaty with its exhausting reparations, what came out of World War Two were reparations by means of ripped off science and technology. This science and technology form the foundation of our modern world and surround you even as you read this. And when we read the statement “hundreds of thousands of patents”, this is surely not an overstatement. The truth is, the last patent taken from the Berlin Patent Office by the United States was numbered at 750986. This means the actual number of patents grabbed from all facilities at least came near one million and this definitely does not include the S.S. secret archives.

Sources for this type of work simply cannot be 100% airtight and speaking about these subjects can still get you in some kinds of trouble under certain conditions.
But a good source and read is this German book from Friedrich Georg.

Unternehmen Patentenraub 1945. Die Geheimgeschichte des größten Technologieraubs aller Zeiten

Patentenraub

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  • Otto Maier vanished during WW2 but he was not the only scientist who disappeared. Dr. Hans Ehrhardt, former name Hans Engelke, went up in smoke in 1963 as published in Der Spiegel on july 24 1963. The article states: a German conman, at best an “amateur scientist”, had unsuccessfully attempted to fleece the Swiss military by pitching a death ray......

  • Plenty of present-day authors have demonstrated that the German science and technology in the 1930’s and 1940’s  extended far beyond the flash and bang of atomic weapons, flying discs, rail guns and other fascinating technological innovations. It extended into the everyday life of the post-war world. Thousands and thousands of patents were taken away by the Allies from German vaults......

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