Nazis Knew About Normandy

by Henry Makow Ph.D. – Oct 17, 2012

Six weeks before D-Day, the Nazis crashed a dress rehearsal for Utah Beach at Slapton Sands in Devon where the terrain was identical to Normandy. Yet, we are supposed to believe they didn’t know the invasion was coming in Normandy?  
This is additional evidence that wars are orchestrated. They are meat grinders that allow Illuminati leaders on both sides to kill “patriots” – part of their long-term war on humanity. 
In his CIA interrogation, Gestapo Heinrich Mueller claimed that an agent alerted them to a massive exercise involving 30,000 men at Slapton Sands. 
In the middle of the night, April 27-28, 1944, nine Nazi torpedo boats (left) attacked eight heavily laden LST (tank transports.)  
Two were sunk and a third disabled at a cost of about 1000 lives. 
“Mistakes” were made by the Nazis. Mueller claims that the Nazis returned to base with the invasion plans taken from the corpse of a US army officer. “This information which indicated Normandy was the main target was sent on to higher commands but was not acted upon.” (Gestapo Chief: The 1948 Interrogation of Heinrich Meuller, ed. Gregory Douglas, p. 142) 
On the Allied side, the disaster was compounded by a long list of highly suspicious “failures.” 
These include: 
1. US naval commanders did not establish liaison with counterparts in Royal Navy. 
2. Royal Navy radar picked up movement of the Nazi S-Boats but did not pass it along. 
3. Escort Corvette HMS Azalea knew about S-Boasts but didn’t tell LST’s 
4. Radio frequencies given to Americans were changed without notice. 
5. The one-sided battle had been watched by Royal Artillerymen at Blacknor Fort, high on Portland’s western cliffs. The men had the E-boats in their sights, within range, but were ordered not to fire by an American officer, because of the number of Allied personnel fighting for their lives in the water. 
6. There was no emergency training so life jackets were not put on properly. They flipped the wearer upside-down with his head in the water.  


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