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Old 12th February 2019, 13:51
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Natter: Manned Missile of the Third Reich

Forthcoming from my good friend, Dr Brett Gooden, after many years work!

https://www.nattermannedmissile.com
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Old 12th February 2019, 17:32
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Re: Natter: Manned Missile of the Third Reich

Thank you, Mr. Forsyth. My own efforts to investigate this and other matters led to no response from the Draeger company. Some material did appear after the war, most notably the two volume German Aviation Medicine published and produced by the Department Of The Air Force, 1950.

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Re: Natter: Manned Missile of the Third Reich

Is the book available already?
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Re: Natter: Manned Missile of the Third Reich

.. not until June according to distributors Bookworld
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Re: Natter: Manned Missile of the Third Reich

Thanks, Ed, I'll pass your msg to Dr. Gooden.

Yes, hope to see the book some time in June.
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You're welcome, Robert.
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Perhaps Gooden might add some sample pages on the site once possible.
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Re: Natter: Manned Missile of the Third Reich

Just saw the book's extent: ca 500 pages, ca 870 illustrations
I am wondering how on Earth it's possible to assemble 870 illustrations of this very short lived project? It looks like an outstanding achievement.
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I am hoping for more information about the development of German high pressure, or full pressure suits. And the extent of German knowledge of spaceflight. Hints and information are given in other books, but I would like to see some additional information.
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So, is this an expansion on the work Brett Gooden presented in the Classic Publications volume "Projekt Natter"?
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