2015-07-19 01:10:56 UTC
slagschip "De Tromp" in de Timor Zee ook een ontmoeting met een UFO!
1942: Cruiser Encounters a Large Disc
In February 25, 1942, the Tromp, a cruiser belonging to the Royal
Netherlands Navy, was on a wartime patrol in the Timor Sea, north of
Australia when the Officer of the Deck heard a lookout’s warning cry
“Aircraft, sir!” In 1942, the Japanese were conquering most of the
Southwest Pacific Ocean theatre of war. . With the bombing of Darwin on
February 19, 1942, the Japanese invasion of Australia seemed imminent,
so the Allies gathered together a motley collection of American,
British, Australian and Dutch warships, and ordered Admiral Thomas Hart
to hold back the Japanese advance. This is what the Dutch cruiser Tromp
was doing on the seas Southeast of Timor Island at 10 PM.
Lifting his Zeiss binoculars, the O.D. scanned the sea’s horizon as “a
large aluminum disc flew towards the ship at tremendous speed. The UFO
then circled the Dutch vessel for about three to four hours.””Finally it
(the UFO) flew off at an estimated 3,500 miles per hour (5,600
kilometers per hour). The officer on duty was unable to identify it as
any known aircraft.”Two other sightings took place the same day. The
first was the “Battle of Los Angeles,” in which silvery white UFOs
overflew the southern California city. The second was the encounter
between a Royal Australian Air Force Bristol Beaufighter and a bronze
UFO over the Bass Strait south of Melbourne, Australia. That makes three
UFO incidents recorded at different points around the planet Earth on
February 25, 1942. For more on the strange cruise of the Tromp, see the
book The Flying Saucer Story by Brinsley LePoer Trench, page 69. Thanks
to: Joseph Trainor UFO Roundup.
Bert ( A W RvB )
(Adres op website)
US spaceships maximum velocity:
One light-year a minute.