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When CCB entered the huge plant, it found to its sur BLUNDER! prise that it was totally intact, that hundreds of completed V-r and V-2 assemblies had been left undisturbed. The vast underground labyrinth of the underground factory Kam-mler had designed was the world's biggest of its kind. "There were hundreds of parts of the great V-2 rocket lying on the ground and on flatcars, standing in the siding: nose sections, central sections, tails. Surrounded by these strange devices, I felt as though I had woken in another planet," wrote American aviator Colonel Charles A.
7 By the same year Eisenhower was clearly embarrassed by his 1945 assessment of the Russians and his failure to take Berlin. Professor Stephen Ambrose of the University of New Orleans, writing in his comprehensive book Eisenhower,8 stated in part: In various ways he tried to rewrite the historical record, asserting in his memoirs references to this or that warning he gave to this or that politician about the Russians. [25 ] BLUNDER! He may well have uttered such warnings but he did not mention them in Crusade in Europe (1948), nor in At Ease (1967), nor did he ever write anything during the war to indicate that he was fearful of Russian intentions.
The vast underground labyrinth of the underground factory Kam-mler had designed was the world's biggest of its kind. "There were hundreds of parts of the great V-2 rocket lying on the ground and on flatcars, standing in the siding: nose sections, central sections, tails. Surrounded by these strange devices, I felt as though I had woken in another planet," wrote American aviator Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh, who visited the plant shortly after its capture on April 11. S. Naval Technical Mission to study German wartime development in aircraft and missiles.