The flight of_the_hog_wild

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The Flight of the Hog Wild by Bill Streifer (an American) and Irek Sabitov (a Russian) is the history of North Korea's nuclear weapons program. Two weeks after the Japanese surrender at the end of WWII, when a B-29 "Hog Wild" was forced down by Yak fighters over Soviet-occupied northern Korea, journalist David Snell suggested that the B-29 crew was snooping on a Japanese nuclear program that had recently fallen into the hands of the Russians.

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  • This is a very interesting slide show, however it shows only a small part of the work that bill is put into this effort in writing his new book for light of the hog wild. But husband to Lincoln tenuous and work on is but since 2008. Bowl works on his project every day all day, like he's a madman. He never stopped working and I know this for a fact.

    To read more about as project, type in light of the hog wild into a search engine. In Yahoo, search for DPRK Nuclear Weapons Program.
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  • Ptillery, that's why they call it a 'teaser.' I learned that while working toward my MBA in Marketing (which I earned in 1988) from St. John's University in New York. I'll tell you more in private!
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  • OK, OK, I am so damn teased about this book I am about to explode! When and where will it be published? I keep checking Amazon. This subject has fascinated me for a long time as I, like you, have heard the rumors.

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The flight of_the_hog_wild

  1. 1. of Nuclear Activity in North Korea Rumors began in 1945
  2. 2. On August 6, 1945, an atomic bomb demolished Hiroshima. Then, a few days later, the Soviet Union declared war on Japan, and then a second atomic bomb leveled Nagasaki. Meanwhile, Soviet forces advanced south, down the coast of Japanese-occupied northern Korea…
  3. 3. When the When General Leslie Groves, the head of the Manhattan Project, heard a rumor that the largest radium mine in the world was discovered in North Korea…
  4. 4. They called it an “exaggeration”
  5. 5. And when David Snell, a reporter with the Atlanta Constitution, said that Japanese scientists had developed and tested an atomic bomb at Konan in North Korea…
  6. 6. They called it an “exaggeration” A Japanese physicist called him a “liar”
  7. 7. And when Snell said that the Russians captured Japanese scientists at Konan and tortured them for their “atomic know-how”…
  8. 8. The Russians called him a “provocateur”
  9. 9. And when he suggested that the crew of a B-29 was shot down over Konan by Soviet Yak fighters because they were snooping on Japan’s atomic program…
  10. 10. The U.S. Secretary of War categorically denied the story
  11. 11. And when B-29’s demolished a thorium processing plant at Konan during the early months of the Korean War, and the press said David Snell’s 1946 story was “verified”…
  12. 12. David Snell just smiled.. To read the rest of this fascinating true story The Flight of the Hog Wild - by - Bill Streifer (American) and Irek Sabitov (Russian) CLICK HERE

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