The sinking of «Blücher»

We know from history there was one ship from the German forces which sunk around 1940 in Oslofjorden. What we don’t know is how they did sink that ship. Well, openminded, you aren’t aware that a standard torpedo would not sink that powerful vessel. Well, it might have been a wholely different story if they posted about it in truth. Perhaps their latest equipment would disengage a torpedo. So Blücher was not a single easy target. Even with what history brags about cannons which also fired at Blucher. What we do not know is the history of the USA vs Russia. Even up to 1990. Something called the Brennan Torpedo. Which was stationary on the shore at that time? It would perhaps be that a Brennan torpedo was what all needed to sink the ship. Did you know that swimming caps were popular in Norway right after the sinking? Many people didn’t speak about things from the war. They were afraid that communists would hang them for their great doing in the war.

In actual, a Torpedo of Brennan was having two drums of cable reel of piano strings that was controlled from the shore so it was used without fuel, from the beach they can be fired up to 2km, and are travelling around 20 knots per hour. 37km per hour.

A very stealthy type of torpedo, which indeed wasn’t driven by fuel, which made it nearly impossible to identify by a very well equipped ship.

Brennan Torpedo Picture

Anyway, look at this scenario, people are swimming in the sea, while Blucher is approaching. Well, it is by them to see strange people swimming with hats on, well they might even not think that this was a decoy for the actual torpedo of Brennan to hit it, with Brennan Torpedo you can steer the torpedo with putting a wire in or out, making it turn right or left. A Brennan torpedo would be the best possible torpedo to hit Blucher. Since the torpedo wasn’t straight forward torpedo, and it might have been disguised as a simple shark. Though there were never any sharks in the sea, people from time to time were speaking about sharks.

Anyway, I’ve been into Oslofjorden all around the coast, and I found extraordinary proof of Brennan Torpedo cables, and these I’ve seen all around the coast of Oslofjorden. Perhaps they as well used a tumble, for that kind of equipment. A direct attack at Blucher wouldn’t ever be possible.

Learn that Brennan Torpedoes were classified information even up to the year 1990 by the British Empire. Only then the truth of Brennan was revealed, it would be hard to think that a single torpedo. Perhaps there already landed people in parachutes at the building which were to fire the torpedo in Oslofjorden, that it wouldn’t be capable of sending a straightforward torpedo at the ship, and it must have been something to tell the world the different story about.

By the fact that we today know about Brennan Torpedos there are several beliefs already that this is the cause of the sinking. You will genuinely never 100% know if you weren’t lied to for a century because Brennan torpedos indeed were classified into the decade even after the 1990s. So Russia couldn’t learn the technique.

What if the story is truly different? You never know if you ask a veteran, and there are less of these around.

What was around for years was the reel of cables that indeed was in the Oslofjord for up to even 1990s to the year 2000. Where they were tossed into nature, and some lived years long, even might be one left at H-Øya in Oslofjorden. The cable reel was used to roll around it the cable that needed to be as long as how far it could travel for a hit. Perhaps the Germans thought it was just a shark, a deadly shark they could do nothing about since you would put on the head of the torpedo a fin of a shark, only because it would be different if it just looked normal. You never know all of this, since its even classified information that the government might not see as something to reveal about, even the history been written for years wrong?

Oscarsborg fortress from southwest

Disclaimer: Due to the circumstances of no History that has been written this way, I don’t hold enough information about if it was or was it otherwise. Means all this info does not mean anything. But you are about to understand it might be that way since Brennan Torpedoes were for long a hidden classified file even up to our time, and this sheds new light to the past.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Dr%C3%B8bak_Sound#End_of_Bl%C3%BCcher
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscarsborg_Fortress

The sinking of «Blücher»

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