German Scientist Werner von Braun Anticipated Terrorists, Asteroids and ETs on American “Enemy’s List”

Werner Von Braun, Ph.D., rocket physicist from Germany who lead American space development after WWII.
Werner Von Braun, Ph.D., rocket physicist from Germany who lead American space development after WWII.

 June 18, 2004  Ventura, California - One of the most famous names from the beginning of the American rocket and missile programs after World War II is Wernher von Braun. With the defeat of Germany and Japan in 1945 after the United States dropped the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Dr. von Braun and 126 other German rocket scientists were brought to the United States under a government project called "Paperclip." They were based at Fort Bliss, Texas and their work was focused at the White Sands Missile Range north of Ft. Bliss in southern New Mexico.

 

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