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William E. Winterstein Sr.

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Lieutenant Colonel William E. Winterstein Sr., USA (ret.) is an “internationally-known rocket engineer who was part of the Apollo team that put the first man on the moon. He served during World War II as a one of a select group of technical intelligence officers that reported to the Pentagon on the capabilities and performance of U.S. and enemy missiles. He earned the Bronze Star for being involved with shooting Japanese rockets back at the Japanese troops. He was on McArthur’s staff going back into the Philippines. After the armistice, he was responsible for security for the team of German rocket scientists headed by Dr. Werhner von Braun, and worked closely with von Braun and his team from 1945 through the 1960s.” 

 

Lieutenant Colonel William E. Winterstein is the author of Gestapo USA: When Justice was Blindfolded and Secrets Of The Space Age: The Sacrifices and Struggles To Get To The Moon; The Aftermath: What Happened After Lunar Mission, Intrigue and United States Space Heroes Betrayed.

According to the book description of Gestapo USA: When Justice was Blindfolded, “Could the history books be wrong? Read the untold story of the German rocket team in America and decide for yourself.  This book is a relentless effort by a former military officer and member of the Apollo team to restore historical truth. The history books say that Russian and American scientists deserve the kudos for developing the technology that launched the first satellite and put man on the moon. In Gestapo U.S.A. you’ll find convincing evidence for quite another story.

 

The book chronicles the untold story of the German rocket scientists who came to the U.S. after World War II and lays out convincing evidence that early U.S. space history, as it has been written, is not the truth. For example: The German rocket scientists could have launched an American satellite a year before Sputnik - but the government stopped the project; In 1946, the German rocket team had the knowledge to send a man to the moon within a decade, but President Kennedy announced in 1961 that we would develop the knowledge; Federal investigators wrongly accused a member of the German team, Arthur Rudolph, of Nazi war crimes, and the government was guilty of gross misconduct in prosecuting him; and, The investigators covered their tracks by claiming exemption from the Freedom of Information Act..”


Gestapo USA: When Justice Was Blindfolded
William E. Winterstein Sr.  More Info

Secrets Of The Space Age: The Sacrifices and Struggles To Get To The Moon; The Aftermath: What Happened After Lunar Mission, Intrigue and United States Space Heros Betrayed
William E., Sr. Winterstein  More Info

According to the book description of Secrets Of The Space Age: The Sacrifices and Struggles To Get To The Moon; The Aftermath: What Happened After Lunar Mission, Intrigue and United States Space Heroes Betrayed, “This intriguing book is an excellent account of events before and after man walked on the Moon. Behind-the-scene descriptions from insiders are hard to believe, but they fill the gaps in space history. No matter how skilled the writer of history is, you are always getting the story second hand. Here is a chance to go right to the source - these men were there!”

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