A Mission So Secret the Nazis Forgot They Were There

A Mission So Secret the Nazis Forgot They Were There

Most of the Nazi forces surrendered to the Allies during the first week of May 1945. During the following days, the remaining German resistance units stationed in Czechoslovakia, Greece, Poland, and Yugoslavia also fell, and soon France was isolated.

German submarines also surrendered to the Americans during that time, dropping their weapons in the United States and Latin America.

However, there was still one unit left, a weather reporting team stationed in the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard, not far from Northern Norway.

They were the men from Operation Haudegen, a mission so secret that even the Nazis forgot about them.

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  1. Hear me out, but ehat if the Nazi’s never actually surrendered and our country has gone that direction because the people in charge, who let in the scientists and war criminals into our military and political system, were Nazi’s themselves? What if we never stopped fighting WWII, and they’ve been laying in wait and are starting to carry out their plans?

    Weird thoughts

  2. Why don't you mention Thule military base built by U.S and Germany, it might stop people making up crap stories about Thule society.
    Google map 76.5333° n, 68.6999° w
    Thule Air Base, or Pituffik Airport

    The base is home to a substantial portion of the global network of missile warning sensors of Space Delta 4, and space surveillance and space control sensors of Space Delta 2, providing space awareness and advanced missile detection capabilities to North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD)

    The name Thule comes from the Thule people 900ad and the land.

  3. Germany, the Nazi’s in particular, were at least a decade or more ahead of the US and the rest of the world in science and technology up to and including the war years.
    Unfortunately, when we stole all the Nazi’s science and technology and called it our own upon their defeat, we also stole their democratic socialist ideologies for later use… Now that our WW2 veterans are gone and can’t storm Washington DC in outrage, and our history is being intentionally erased, these Nazi ideologies are now being implemented in the US full force, by our officials craving more and more power and control over American citizens.

  4. Would it be possible for whoever is narrating this channel to really SLOW DOWN YOUR TALKING SPEED!? I'm not trying to offend this man I like his videos. But I'm seriously unable to understand and follow the videos.

  5. thank you, this is one of the BEST. A truly interesting story, I've never heard before. I do know the Germans placed a weather station in Canada, that for all I know is still there. No one in Canada bothered it, as I think it was disguised as Canadian. Well, let's just say it didn't have MADE IN GERMANY all over it!

  6. this is probably one of my new favorite stories from ww2. thank you for helping so many of us learn about these times and about history in general. its been great learning all about one of my favorite subjects and finding new info i never even heard of. 😀

  7. Alright! They got the box of documents back that's awesome. I don't know how you get all these stories but if they keep coming I'll keep watching. These guys were tuff to brave the elements during those times.