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This is a schematic rather than a blueprint for an actual atomic bomb, and its unknown creator may have drawn it after the war. But it supports evidence discussed in this article that the Germans sought to develop a nuclear weapon

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Deyja
Deyja

Hmm interesting :)

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UkrainaGuy1111
UkrainaGuy1111

Seems fake :P Why call it uranbombe when it uses plutonium =

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Chemix2
Chemix2

It also says type II, suggesting they made a type I, which makes this even less real looking, the atomic bomb project in Germany wasn't to such a point that they could have even called anything as far a type I. It's like making a System Shock 2 without there being a System Shock, don't make sense

the date is placed strangely as well, AS/12/44

furthermore, how would you type out the lettering on a hand drawn engineering sketch?

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Da_Dooley
Da_Dooley

stick it in a typewriter and be VERY careful

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Chemix2
Chemix2

I think handwriting it would be easier, and preferable for a sketch such as this, blueprints traditionally have hand drawn letters in all caps, prior to CAD where it remains all caps, but ofcourse, it's not hand drawn

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darkshade311
darkshade311

Um... it does say that the creator may have made it after the war if you didn't notice meaning that IF they did make one during the war the creator may have made this design after the war prehapes just for the purpose of having a nueclear bomb schematic in the military archives but like you did say the letters in the words more than likley wouldn't put a drawing in a typewriter...

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