AwE130 Miscellaneous Clippings
Where are the Nazi leaders?
1st May 1945, Have they escaped?
No official reports have yet been made about Hitler. One message reports that he is dying and the other that he is dead. Later it was told again that Hitler is not in Berlin at all, because he is not seen by anyone in weeks. Georing, Ley, Funk, Von Ribbenrtorp and also Goebbels have disappeared without a trace. There have also been reports that various high party officials have committed suicide.
Dutch reached the North Pole
23rd August 1865, Two degrees beyond the North pole.
The British have also been ahead of us on Nova Zembla, as I have heard from the Revue des Deux Mondes, it was the Dutch, our ancestors who were the first to the North Pole, and even went two degrees further. Some of my readers, if not all, will certainly be as surprised by this communication as I was.
Warm oasis at South Pole is nothing new
11th February 1965, Mosses and various bird species.
Warm oasis at the South Pole is nothing new. The so-called discovery of a "warm oasis" at the South Pole by the Soviet Russian expedition is nothing new, according to the Australian researcher Prof. Griffith Taylor. Prof. Taylor was part of Scott's South Pole expedition in 1910. This expedition already discovered freshwater lakes, mosses and various bird species. A high temperature was nothing unusual. Later expeditions also had these experiences.
Hot South Pole oasis discovered by Russians
10 February 1968, Sunbathing on Antarctica.
Russian pole researchers have discovered a small lake at the South Pole where swimming and sunbathing are possible, says the TASS news agency. The Schirmacher oasis, as the resort is called, lies in an ice-free gap. The water of the lake had a temperature of 15 degrees in December and it is even higher in January, according to Tass.
Hot water at the South Pole discovered in 1947
9 February 1947, Warm oases at the South Pole.
The Soviet researchers at the South Pole have discovered a place like this two weeks ago. They searched the area around their base "Mimi" with helicopters and bumped into an area, half the size of the province of Utrecht (Netherlands), where there was no snow and the temperature prevailed 24 degrees above zero. There were mosses and two species of birds.
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