Why did Hitler turn down the bomb?

Xavier Perry
Xavier Perry

Why did Hitler turn down the bomb?

Was he aware of it's development?

My understanding was that he (and many others) had heard rumors about such a weapon but that he dismissed the idea as being too unrealistic or impractical.

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_submarine_U-234

Henry Gomez
Henry Gomez

Who fuckin cares bro?

Asher Scott
Asher Scott

It's possible that he was a deep thinker who didn't really want his country to host a doomsday weapon. There have been some men who'd rather die than build such a thing. Oppenheimer himself deeply regretted what he had done.

Anthony Cooper
Anthony Cooper

He didn't want to rule over a kingdom of ash.

Eli Cox
Eli Cox

they actually accused the nazis of using hbombs to vaporize large masses of jews

Christopher Lopez
Christopher Lopez

because the ayys told him nukes are bad news

Luke Ortiz
Luke Ortiz

Werner Heisenburg, the conehead in charge of the nazi nuclear program, sabotaged the research reactor. He used that to convince the pigs in charge that it was unworkable phlebonium. Give that fuck a medal.

Sebastian Bennett
Sebastian Bennett

No, if he'd had working nukes he'd most certainly have used them.

Jose Ramirez
Jose Ramirez

everyone knows they reverse engineered the UFO that crashed in Northern Belgium that gave them their tech until the (((scientists)) fled to the USA

Angel Baker
Angel Baker

the germans were aware of nuclear power in theory but they couldn't figure out how to isolate the uranium 235 in quantities large enough to make a bomb. essentially they were prisoners working for the state and there's a famous transcript describing their reaction to discovering that the americans had figured out a way.

Easton Jenkins
Easton Jenkins

How will YOU learn to love the bomb?

Cameron Kelly
Cameron Kelly

Ever eaten Uranium?

Gavin Nguyen
Gavin Nguyen

Oppie worked with Jack Parsons

did you know that?

Zachary Bennett
Zachary Bennett

He was absolutely correct

So how did those Jesuits survive the blast? Miso soup?

Logan Foster
Logan Foster

The Nazis carried out a test of something that might have been a nuclear weapon or an attempt at one in 1944.
The statement of the German test pilot Hans Zinsser in the file is considered evidence: the missile expert says he observed in 1944 a mushroom cloud in the sky during a test flight near Ludwigslust. ...His log submitted to the Allied investigators reads; 'In early October 1944 I flew away 12-15 km from a nuclear test station near Ludwigslust (south of Lübeck). ...'A cloud shaped like a mushroom with turbulent, billowing sections (at about 7000 metres) stood, without any seeming connections over the spot where the explosion took place. Strong electrical disturbances and the impossibility to continue radio communication as by lighting turned up.'
dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4252164/Files-suggest-Nazis-tested-NUCLEAR-BOMB-WW2-ended.html

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Noah Phillips
Noah Phillips

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_submarine_U-234

Owen Hall
Owen Hall

Could someone please explain how the Jesuits survived the blast?

Alexander Stewart
Alexander Stewart

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_submarine_U-234

So the allies stole the fuel?

Cameron Stewart
Cameron Stewart

I remember that thread on /k/. Fuck I’m gonna go back and check out my original Jow Forums home

Wyatt Morris
Wyatt Morris

What is K if you don't mind me asking, I don't like clicking random forums

Isaiah Baker
Isaiah Baker

Why spend money on theoretical Jewish bomb when you can sink it into giant fucking tanks and monster cannons that take a crew 80 half the day to load a single round?

Caleb Gonzalez
Caleb Gonzalez

yes and it may have eventually reached its original destination

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Adrian Gomez
Adrian Gomez

Are you really that new that you don’t remember the /k/ weapons board before chink moot fucked up Jow Forums?

It’s mostly gun hobbyists who sometimes put their dicks in rifles, chain smoking enlisted military, and fatties larping for doomsday wearing plate carriers. Also elitist AR owners who never shoot their precious $5000 tricked out rifle and AK dudes who are obsessed with Slav military surplus who wear ushankas and squat by a fire chugging vodka.

Mostly boring shit but once in awhile it’s old nickname “a magical place” means something

Carson Powell
Carson Powell

Sounds cool but if I owned a weapon it would be an 18th century sword, engraved with lotus and bees

Dominic Powell
Dominic Powell

I'm always surprised to see a Nazi-era scientist that the US both didn't steal or kill

Jordan Long
Jordan Long

What country you from? There’s a lot of europoors who post about swords and knives cause they can’t buy guns. Worth a look if you want to educate yourself about guns work and military history

Noah Kelly
Noah Kelly

there's a famous transcript describing their reaction to discovering that the Americans had figured out a way.
I'd love to read this, I'm assuming just lots of german "Oh God Oh Fuck"

Jonathan Richardson
Jonathan Richardson

turn down the bomb
you joking? if it wasnt for the british and norwegian commandos the nazis would have had nukes before oppenhiemers team.

Joseph Price
Joseph Price

Literally the same website you're on now, Jow Forums.org/k/, rather than Jow Forums.org/pol/
It's this sites weapons board.

Parker Johnson
Parker Johnson

this thread needs gun pictures

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Bentley Hill
Bentley Hill

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John Sanchez
John Sanchez

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Ayden Stewart
Ayden Stewart

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Tyler Ramirez
Tyler Ramirez

/k/ is 4channel

Ethan Jackson
Ethan Jackson

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Thomas Bell
Thomas Bell

I have a few cool little manuals from the home guard that I intend to flick through

I am from the moon

Levi Sullivan
Levi Sullivan

Ah cool, thank you very much for explaining that politely.

Jaxson Anderson
Jaxson Anderson

alright last one
don't let anyone tell you you can't do something
they're wrong

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Parker Gray
Parker Gray

Yes, what I'm reading now corroborates the idea that the physicists in Germany were not operating in good faith.
And that the Nazis were aware of this and didn't trust them enough to allocate the manpower they would have needed to make a working bomb.

Christopher Long
Christopher Long

You know the real reason Werner Von Braun has Psalm 19:1 on his grave and why he spoke to Jack Parsons for hours?
Because God takes the form of men

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