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The Nazi regime's pre war years explored Antarctica was pursued further through the third German Antarctic Expedition (1938-1939) was led by Alfred Ritscher. It's purpose was to help establish a base for a whaling station to service the recently launched German whaling fleet and help increase production of whale oil into useful commodities. In so doing they marked out territory (some already claimed by Norway) and brought into being Neuschwabenland (New Swabia), the Nazi German Antarctic…

The Nazi regime's pre war years explored Antarctica was pursued further through the third German Antarctic Expedition (1938-1939) was led by Alfred Ritscher. It's purpose was to help establish a base for a whaling station to service the recently launched German whaling fleet and help increase production of whale oil into useful commodities. In so doing they marked out territory (some already claimed by Norway) and brought into being Neuschwabenland (New Swabia), the Nazi German Antarctic…

The 10 most mysterious events in the world. "Rain Boy" was actually made into an episode of A Haunting.

Funny pictures about The 10 most mysterious events in the world. Oh, and cool pics about The 10 most mysterious events in the world. Also, The 10 most mysterious events in the world.

German seaplane catapult ship MS Schwabenland, which brought the German Neuschwabenland expedition to Antarctica.

German seaplane catapult ship MS Schwabenland, which brought the German Neuschwabenland expedition to Antarctica.

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Remembering the Race to the South Pole 100 Years Ago

Antarctic expedition 2013-2014 - yuliafragile

Antarctic expedition 2013-2014 - yuliafragile

Bohemian Grove....true shit

O-Cult rituals where an infant child is sacrificed to a Stone Owl God in “effigy” (so they say) to a 40 foot Stone Owl called “The Great Owl of Bohemia” .

U-977 Left to rust in dock after surrendering (Germa Bunderarchives - Public domain)U-530 was one of the last U-boats to surrender but it wasn’t the very last. That honor goes to U-977. This was TypeV11C U-boat. It had a displacement of 769 tons and was could operate at up to 230 below the sea. With 5 torpedo tubes and 14 torpedoes the U-977 was less powerful than the U-530. It also carried a naval gun and 220 rounds of fire.

The Surrender of the Last Two German U-boats in WW2

Germany submarine in Mar del Plata, Argentina. By Daniel Mesa - Public Domain,

Japanese Damascus Steel Knives with Western Design Handles | Check out 'Pacific67 - Ultimate Kitchen Knife Collection ' on Indiegogo.

Japanese Damascus Steel Knives with Western Design Handles | Check out 'Pacific67 - Ultimate Kitchen Knife Collection ' on Indiegogo.

The aircraft-carrier USS PHILIPPINE SEA (CV-47) at the Panama Canal with R4D-5 Skytrains en route to the Antarctic,during the Operation High- jump,in 1947:

The aircraft-carrier USS PHILIPPINE SEA at the Panama Canal with Skytrains en route to the Antarctic,during the Operation High- jump,in

Vintage Arctic and Antarctic Expeditions (PHOTOS) - weather.com

Vintage Arctic and Antarctic Expeditions (PHOTOS)

It took courage to travel to the North and South Poles at the turn of the century, but dozens of men attempted the voyage -- not all of them returned.

These are all the designs of Hugo Boss, a criminal company that should be boycotted forever. There are other companies that make nice clothing that are not criminal enterprises.

These are all the designs of Hugo Boss, a criminal company that should be boycotted forever. There are other companies that make nice clothing that are not criminal enterprises.

Micro-sub Explore Buried Antarctic Lake - Published on Feb 28, 2013    NASA/JPL researcher Alberto Behar joins an international Antarctic expedition to investigate a subglacial lake.

Micro-sub Explore Buried Antarctic Lake - Published on Feb 2013 NASA/JPL researcher Alberto Behar joins an international Antarctic expedition to investigate a subglacial lake.

Ernest Shackleton set off in 1914 on his Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, aiming to make the first land crossing of the Antarctic. His a...

The quest to find Ernest Shackleton's lost ship Endurance that disappeared beneath the ice of the Antarctic nearly a century ago

Ernest Shackleton set off in 1914 on his Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, aiming to make the first land crossing of the Antarctic. His ambitious plan failed when their ship Endurance got caught up in the polar ice

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