Nazi Rocketeers: Dreams of Space and Crimes of War (Stackpole Military History Series)

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"Piszkiewicz tells how the dream of space exploration was perverted by the complicity of its developers in Nazi military goals... This is a gripping tale."

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Wernher von Braun is known to many as the brilliant pioneer of rocketry who left Germany after World War II to lead the United States' space program. Until now, few have realised the bloody legacy he left behind in the ruins of the Third Reich. "The Nazi Rocketeers" tells the story of how von Braun and his fellow rocket scientists postponed their initial dreams of space travel to create weapons of terror and mass destruction. Not only were they ambitious members of the Nazi movement, but they also, Piskiewicz argues, collaborated with the SS in exploiting slave labour to build the V-2 rocket.

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Descripción Stackpole Books, United States, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 226 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Wernher von Braun is known to many as a brilliant pioneer of rocketry who left Germany in 1945 to become a key advisor in America s space program. Until now, few realize the bloody legacy he left behind. The Nazi Rocketeers tells the story of how von Braun and his fellow scientists abandoned their initial dreams of space exploration in favor of creating the devastating V-2 ballistic missile. This weapon enabled the Nazis to precipitate mass destruction and loss of life. Contrary to previous accounts, this history proves that von Braun and his colleagues were not forced under duress to turn their rockets into weapons of war. They were, in fact, highly ambitious members of the Nazi movement who willingly put their creation to lethal use. In return, honors were bestowed on them from the Third Reich and Hitler himself. Perhaps the most shocking revelation is the collaboration between the scientists and the SS in the exploitation of concentration camp slave labor for the building of the V-2 missiles. In addition to addressing an overlooked portion of World War II study, this book is a sobering testament to the consequences of corrupted genius. Nº de ref. de la librería AAR9780811733878

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