Henry Stevens (Author, Hitler’s Flying Saucers)
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Henry Stevens is the founder of the “German Research Project.”
German Research Project researches and documents flying discs built by the Germans during WW2. Reports of five or six separate saucer projects exist. Some involve conventional rocket or jet power while others involve electromagnetic levitation. GRP also researches the people involved with and the history of these projects. Besides UFOs, GRP researches other still-secret technology of the Nazi period which remains suppressed by our government. These include death rays, undisclosed large rockets, and free energy engines. GRP sells videos, books, monographs, blueprints and research packages. 
WWII expert Stevens shows us the incredible and suppressed technology of the Third Reich and their desire to create highly advanced “wingless” aircraft-yes, flying saucers! Learn why the Schriever-Habermohl project was actually two projects and read the written statement of a German test pilot who actually flew one of these saucers; about the Leduc engine, the key to Dr. Miethe’s saucer designs; how US government officials kept the truth about foo fighters hidden for almost sixty years and how they were finally forced to come clean about the German origin of foo fighters. Learn of the Peenemuende saucer project and how it was slated to go atomic. Read the testimony of a German eyewitness who saw magnetic discs. Read the U.S. governments own reports on German field propulsion saucers. Read how the post-war German KM-2 field propulsion rocket worked. Learn details of the work of Karl Schappeller and Viktor Schauberger. Learn how their ideas figure in the quest to build field propulsion flying discs. Find out what happened to this technology after the war. Find out how the Canadians got saucer technology directly from the SS. Find out about the surviving Third Power of former Nazis. Learn of the US government’s methods of UFO deception and how they used the German Sonderbuero as the model for Project Blue Book.