Secret message found in WW2 bullet tells the story of some stupid Nazis

August, 13, 1944. The British 8th Army occupies Florence. The Allies finally break out of Normandy. Meanwhile, somewhere in the south of Tuscany, a soldier writes this encrypted message and hides it inside a bullet. In 2015, someone found it and deciphered it. It was the end of a hilariously absurd story. » 1/30/15 8:37pm 1/30/15 8:37pm

The Supersonic Nazi Rocket Concept Designed to Bomb Any City in 1 Hour

When WWII ended, American engineers examined a trove of Nazi concepts for rocket-powered weapons and airplanes. One of the most terrifying was Eugen Sänger's antipodal bomber, a manned supersonic plane designed to reach any city on Earth in one hour. Thank heavens it never worked. » 8/09/14 3:00pm 8/09/14 3:00pm

How a blind racer turned secret agent and helped beat the Nazis

Maybe it was an unworkable, irresponsible plan. The setting is the height of WWII, and the Allies needed to sprint a dead body across the UK in order to mislead the Nazis about their invasion plans, quickly, and with the utmost secrecy. Entrusting the outcome of a secret mission to an Aston Martin works driver was… » 11/12/13 10:59am 11/12/13 10:59am

Citi Bike Is a Nazi-Muslim Plan to Firebomb New York City

Decades after the U.S. and British Air Forces firebombed the German city of Dresden to the ground, its citizens have finally taken their revenge by filling New York with so-called "modern firebombs": bicycles. » 6/05/13 4:12pm 6/05/13 4:12pm

The VW Beetle Started With Nazis, Boomed Under Mad Men And Died In…

Sunday marks nine years since Volkswagen rolled out the Ultima Edicion of its famed Beetle. As of today, no car has had the impact on personal mobility that the Beetle did during its 65 years of production. » 7/27/12 10:30am 7/27/12 10:30am

V8 Ford Stands For Victory Over Nazis

This picture, taken in 1945 by Norwegian resistance fighter Trygve Grabow, shows Norwegian, British, and German officers meeting seven days after the Nazis surrendered Norway. A Ford V8 with an American star on the door signifies victory more than anything else in the photograph. » 5/23/12 12:30pm 5/23/12 12:30pm

The secret behind Norway's massive Nazi coastal cannon

In 1942, Nazi engineers devised a plan to build a 1,500-ton supertank. The P1000 Rat, or "Land Cruiser," was to be the largest and fiercest industrial-age ground weapon the world had ever seen. In 1943, the project was cancelled. So how did its massive gun turret wind up on a coastal hilltop in Norway? » 12/02/11 4:30pm 12/02/11 4:30pm

Hitler's secret bunker is under this parking lot

Protected by 13 feet of concrete, the Führerbunker was a multi-story underground complex in Berlin that became the central nervous system for the last five months of Hitler's murderous Nazi regime. Now it's a parking lot. And until recently, you'd never even know it was once there. Here's how to find it. » 7/14/11 3:30pm 7/14/11 3:30pm

Hitler’s personal plane was powered by this US-designed engine

The first BMW product may have been an aircraft engine, but it took help from the United States to return BMW to their roots after World War I put an end to German aircraft engine production. This BMW 132 radial nine began life in 1926 as the Pratt & Whitney Hornet and went on to power thousands of Luftwaffe planes,… » 6/14/11 10:30am 6/14/11 10:30am

For $4,000, your Thing could drag on the ground

What if, instead of seeking world domination, the Nazis had sought to build rat rods and hold Bug-ins? Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe master beater Thing might have been the history-changing result, but is its price as low as its roof? » 6/03/11 8:00am 6/03/11 8:00am

Roswell 'UFO' Was Nothing More than Stalin's Nazi Space Ship Full of…

As one of America's foremost news sources for crazy internet people, we feel it is important to keep you informed on the very latest news regarding the real story behind mysterious government alien autopsy site "Area 51," the Nevada military base where they keep that UFO that crashed in Roswell in 1947. And now, the… » 5/23/11 5:46pm 5/23/11 5:46pm

Ex-Audi Employee A Nazi War Criminal

Klaas Faber is an 88-year-old ex-Audi employee who loves driving his VW Golf to the market. According to The Sun, he's also a convicted Nazi war criminal living in Germany free from extradition or prosecution because of Germany's shield laws. » 7/08/10 10:30am 7/08/10 10:30am

Cicaman: The Car-Painting Nazi-Desaturating Superhero With Big Guns

Due to a foreboding Moon language, on most days Hungarian art is for domestic use only. Not Cicaman, a lovable acid romp of simple English, alien snails and Nazi nukes. » 2/18/10 9:00am 2/18/10 9:00am