Tunguska Lights over Netherlands

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25 July 1908, More speculations in the Netherlands.

"The Light-Night". Under this title, the Hbl. an explanation of the so much discussed strange air phenomenon in the last nights of June. The director of the Meteorological Institute in De Bildt considered the light produced by Jessesche night clouds to be very high (up to 83 KM) of floating clouds that may be made of volcanic matter.The scholar then explained the light by refraction from the rays of the sun that had long since subsided. Dr. Schoute, also associated with that Institute, attributed the phenomenon to refraction by an abnormally large number of bending bodies, either dust and ice, and at the same time a strong reflection against these airborne particles.

Tunguska explosion Siberia observation

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1 July 1908, Effect of Tunguska explosion seen in Netherlands.

After sunset, it was very clear to see a light phenomenon at the IJ (bay) last night, it was a beautiful sight. Several subscribers phoned us that they were simply delighted by this wonderful natural sceneIt was also truly amazingly.

Tunguska explosion Siberia observation

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3 July 1908, Tunguska lights seen in the Netherlands, everyone is speculating what it could be.

The remarkable atmospheric phenomenon, which illuminated the last two evenings on the northern horizon with a brilliant play of colors, has set many pens in motion. Our correspondent now writes us from Groningen. In connection with the air phenomenon, which is seen in the northern sky during the last two evenings.

Tunguska explosion Siberia observation

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1 July 1908, More reports of strange lights seen above the Netherlands.

Last night at about half past eleven the Northern sky suddenly showed a faint red glow, from red to pink-red, which initially made us think of fire. Soon, it was seen that the entire horizon was colored more and more vividly red in the North. The glow was reminiscent of the last evening red, but it had something colder. At half past one the phenomenon could clearly be observed. At first observers thought of northern lights but the Meteorological Institute, who had also noticed the phenomenon, denied this assumption. However they could not give an explanation for what it was.

Hunting Nazis & the search for Hitlers body

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11 May 1945, Russian tell that already four bodies are found that look like Hitler.

Russian troops search the ruins of Hitler's hiding place in Berlin. Due to the destruction through bombing and fire it is unsure if the body of Hitler ever could be identified, according official Soviet reports. So far, 4 bodies have been found that show more or less the characteristics of Hitler. It is almost certain that among the corpses Hitler's deputy, Martin Bormann was identified. The Americans have captured Reich marshal Herman Goering and field marshal Kesselring, the high SS and Polizei führer of Bohemian Moldova, Dr. ir. Karl Harmann the former Gauleiter and the Südeten-Germany, Konrad Henlein the former City-holder of Bavaria, von Epp.