Indicative Execution of The Island.
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Are You Know About Indicative Execution of The Island?
(excerpt from my fiction book ‘Baltic Regatta’)
Some very interesting stories can be heard from some places in the world. The island of Helgoland in the North Sea is one of them.
This story was immediately after World War 2. Today, only some people remember this story.
Keep in mind that the whole story from the book is my FICTION story, except the REAL story of the island, and you do not know from which part of this book this REAL story is.
Mad Nazi project was called Lobster Claw. Officially Helgoland was rebuilt into the largest German Fortress in the North Sea. Even during World War I, the island was rebuilt as a fortress.
Under the Nazis, it was decided to increase the area of the island four times. From the northeast side, it was planned to make a huge mound.
The Nazis were persistently looking for something under the ground. They dug a whole underground city with tunnels.
A giant bunker for submarines with three-meter walls was dug in the southern part.
From this place, the real Führer escaped in the direction of Antarctica on one of the boats of the convoy ‘A’ of the UF series (don’t mix with former French small UBoats), and she went hiking in complete solitude in absolute secrecy and, of course, did not reach Antarctica. It is too early to talk about this, but we already knew where and how Adolf Hitler went in the April days of 1945.
On April 18, 1945, less than a month before the end of the war, the pilots of the Royal Air Force of Great Britain for the first time subjected the island to the terrible impact of a bombardment. Within 104 minutes, nearly a thousand planes dropped deadly ammunition on Hitler’s fortress.
On May 11, 1945, Helgoland fell under the control of British troops and became a proving ground where bombs were constantly dropped.
The most powerful of them, 6,700 tons, was blown up on April 18, 1947. The largest non-nuclear bomb during the operation called the Big Bang was to destroy all military facilities without exception. Affects the supposedly senseless thirst for the destruction of the island itself.
But the meaning was.
And it is quite understandable to us. The island is located somewhere at the crossroads of the world’s underground tunnels, and perhaps these tunnels were used by Guardians or Destructors.
Apparently, the Nazis didn’t have enough time to get to the bottom of them, but the British decided to permanently deprive anyone of the opportunity to get to the tunnels, which means they also knew something.
Along the way, all traces of Hitler’s retreat from the retribution of the peoples of the world were destroyed.
However, another reason was indicated in the official report of the British occupation forces. The reason is more than practical:
“It is intended to cause irreparable damage to the tunnel system and the submarine bunker, as well as to destroy 4000 gross tons of German ammunition that cannot be removed by transport or unloaded to another place.”
In the middle of the island hundreds and thousands of crates of shells, grenades and simply explosives were transported, which the Germans used to lay mines and tunnels. The Big Bang was scheduled for April 18, the second anniversary of the big bomb attack on Helgoland.
At 13:00, after the third clock signal on the Air Force, aboard the British ship Lasso, anchored nine miles from the island, Lt. Ervard Jellys ruthlessly and without a doubt pressed the button of an explosive device.
“We saw a huge burst of flame, flying in all directions. Then the island disappeared, hiding behind a huge cloud of smoke and dust, above which a mushroom-shaped cloud of explosion rose to a height of four kilometers. I decided that nothing was left of the island. However, after about 20 minutes the smoke cleared, and we saw Long Anna Rock, and then the whole island. We all began to shout and hug joyfully. ”
Red Rock withstood the force of the explosion. True, its southern edge went under water, the northern edge collapsed, and deep traces of an explosion appeared on it. But the overall shape of the island remained unchanged – the porous sandstone worked with a kind of “shock absorber” and softened the force of detonation.
At the same time, everyone understood that returning to a devastated island with a “lunar landscape” was impossible in the near future. Moreover, the British, as well as the US Air Force stationed in the UK, continued training bombing of Helgoland after the Big Bang