In 1935, a mysterious group, Vril was found in Northwest Germany
that was to develop a series of flying disc. The disc crafts were to be
installed by a revolutionary
electro-magnetic-gravitic engine that powered the rotating disc wing or
internal disc blade. In 1939, A several of prototypes
were said to be tested at Arado Brandenburg aircraft testing field.
Stable and control problems were revealed during flight tests. In
1943, the SchutzStaffel maneuvered to take control of the weapon from
the German Army. One of the tasks was researching the alternative energies and fuels. The SS took over the
most completed models, the Vril RFZ-5 and RFZ-6, redesignated it as Haunebu I and II.
The armament was planned the KSK strong ray cannon but was installed
existing KG gun and tank cannon instead. In 1944, the SS had intended to produce
the Haunebu II with tenders for both Junkers and Dornier but in early
1945 Dornier was chosen. However, the end of the war prevented Dornier from building any