Das Nebenlager Gusen hatte unterirdische Produktionsanalgen die tausende von Quadratmetern groß waren. Angeblich wurden sie zur Fertigung von geheimen Flugzeug und Raketenprogrammen verwendet. Schauberger der von der SS nach Mauthausen geschickt wurde soll von dort aus die technischen Arbeiten geleitet haben.
Viktor Schauberger stated in correspondence of the 1950’s that he worked at the Mauthausen concentration camp directing technically oriented prisoners and German scientists in the successful construction of a saucer-shaped aircraft:
The ‘flying saucer’ which was flight-tested on the 19th February 1945 near Prague and which attained a height of 15,000 meters in 3 minutes and a horizontal speed of 2,200 km/hours (1,366mph!), was constructed according to a Model 1 built at Mauthausen concentration camp in collaboration with the first-class stress-analyst and propulsion engineers assigned to me there.
It was only after the end of the war that I came to hear, through one of the workers under my direction, a Czech, that further, intensive development was in progress.
From what I understand, just before the end of the war, the machine was supposed to have been destroyed on Keitel’s orders. That’s the last I heard of it
In this affair, several armament specialists were also involved who appeared at the works in Prague, shortly before my return to Vienna, and asked that I demonstrate the fundamental basis of it:
The creation of an atomic low-pressure zone, which develops in seconds when either air or water is caused to move radially and axially under conditions of a falling temperature gradient…..
Diese Bilder sind von Schaubergers Repulsine A + B erhalten: