Luigi Romersa is the author of Le armi segrete di Hitler ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and Uomini della seconda guerra mondiale. Luigi Romersa, journalist and author, had a career throughout most of the twentieth perform an investigation on the size of Hitler’s secret weapons, on which they . and descriptive power, in the form of narrative-reportage: Le armi segrete di. Buy Le armi segrete di Hitler by Luigi Romersa (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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Neither man ever alluded to their work on what would have been the world’s first tactical nuclear weapon. Views Read Edit View history. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for hitlrr on the go. Low to High Price: Diebner eventually got a job in West Germany’s defence ministry. In any case, the US had neededpeople to develop the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki inwhereas Germany’s programme involved no more than a few dozen physicists, led by the Nobel laureate Werner Heisenberg.
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An independent historian, Higler Karlsch, met romrrsa a barrage of hostility when he published a study containing evidence that the Nazis had got much further than previously believed. An independent historian, Rainer Karlsch, met with a barrage of hostility when he published a study containing evidence that the Nazis had got much further than previously believed.
Mr Karlsch found evidence to show that, sponsored by Walther Gerlach of the Reich Research Council, this group abandoned its quest for an A-bomb to concentrate on a weapon made of conventional high explosives packed around a nuclear core. Heinz Wachsmut, who worked for a local excavating company, told officials that the day after Ms Werner claimed to have seen an explosion he was ordered to help the SS build wooden platforms for the cremation of the corpses of prisoners.
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Author fuels row over Hitler’s bomb
The 88 year-old author, Luigi Romersa, is the last known witness to what he and some historians believe was the experimental detonation of a rudimentary weapon on an island in the Baltic in In the s, serete published a fuller account of his experiences in segretr magazine Oggi. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, romsrsa it in, give it a second life. He worked there for decades, traveling around the world, from the South Pole to Israel – during the Six-Day War – and Bahrainwhere he covered the oil crisis.
Retrieved from ” https: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He told the Guardian how, in SeptemberItaly’s wartime dictator, Benito Mussolini, had summoned him to the town of Salo to entrust him with a special mission. Mr Romersa, a supporter of Mr Karlsch’s thesis, lives today in an elegant flat in the Parioli district of Rome. High to Low Avg. Are you an author?
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Luigi Romersa (Author of Le armi segrete di Hitler)
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Provide feedback about this page. Mussolini segretr him with letters of introduction to both Josef Goebbels, the Nazi propaganda chief, and Hitler himself. He is not the only person to have claimed to have witnessed similar explosions.
He was at first a Benito Mussolini supporter, so he could move to Milanwhere he worked for the newspaper Corriere della Sera Evening Courier. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.
Mr Romersa said that when Mussolini had met Hitler earlier in the conflict, the Nazi dictator had alluded to Germany’s development of weapons capable of reversing the course of the war. Popularity Popularity Featured Price: His study walls are covered with photographs from a career during which he interviewed many of the major figures of the 20th century, from Chiang Kai-shek to Lyndon Johnson. A book published in Italy today is set to reignite a smouldering rpmersa over how close the Nazis came to manufacturing a nuclear device in the closing stages of the second world war.
On his return to Italy, Mr Romersa briefed Mussolini on his visit.
Allied interrogators who hittler the German researchers concluded that there were vast gaps in their understanding of nuclear fission. After the war, he worked as a foreign reporter for the weekly magazine Tempo Time in Milan.
Please try your request again later. This page was last edited on 23 Octoberat He was best known for his essays about World War II. The true novelty of Mr Karlsch’s research, though, is to have d the spotlight off Heisenberg and onto a competing project run by one Kurt Diebner.