January 2018

MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
293031    

Calendar Calendar


    Fact or Fiction?

    Share
    avatar
    woofiedog
    TSF Member
    TSF Member

    Posts : 1155
    Join date : 2014-07-27
    Location : New England

    Fact or Fiction?

    Post by woofiedog on Wed May 27, 2015 11:24 pm

    Can it be that Hitler's scientists had already developed PC gaming well before May 1945 and this very fact is what Stalin had really kept locked deep in a Kremlin vault all of these years? Until now!  Shocked

    If you are not convinced or even now doubting this claim, then checkout this unbelievable "rare" photo of the Fuhrer with a game clicker in his hand while in a secret conference with his top generals.  affraid



    If this is true, can it be that Germany had lost the Stalingrad Campaign because Hitler & the German high command were spending more time playing the world's first PC games, than watching and acting on what was going on at the Eastern front?  

    I guess that only "you" can make this fantastic decision for yourself! What a Face
    avatar
    lockie
    TSF Member
    TSF Member

    Posts : 3828
    Join date : 2014-07-24
    Age : 50
    Location : Ukraine, Kyiv

    Re: Fact or Fiction?

    Post by lockie on Thu May 28, 2015 12:00 am

    Of course, it's true drunken
    As we know in Great Britain there was a first computer, which was made by Alan Turing. This PC enabled to crack "Enigma". (There is a very interesting movie "The Imitation Game").
    So, why not German made the same? Suppose, it was a prototype of "Tetris"?

    avatar
    woofiedog
    TSF Member
    TSF Member

    Posts : 1155
    Join date : 2014-07-27
    Location : New England

    Re: Fact or Fiction?

    Post by woofiedog on Thu May 28, 2015 3:56 am

    As we know in Great Britain there was a first computer

    And it must be why the British called it... "Ultra". No doubt a code name for PC gaming technology, that the British were trying to intercept information from with all those German messages through out the war. Smile

    As Germany was a pioneer of TV broadcasting at the time. Would not "PC gaming" be a natural continuance of this technology.  This could also explain why Stalin was so hot to capture Berlin in 45.  Think of this fact... the world might of had X-Box in 1946 or 47.  cheers

    The first regular electronic television service in Germany began in Berlin on March 22, 1935, as Deutscher Fernseh Rundfunk. Broadcasting from the Fernsehsender Paul Nipkow, it used a 180-line system, and was on air for 90 minutes, three times a week.

    Yes, the very answers and proof of this modern day mystery have been written in the very pages of WWII history and right there in front of us all this time.  study   scratch



    Sponsored content

    Re: Fact or Fiction?

    Post by Sponsored content


      Current date/time is Fri Jan 19, 2018 12:33 pm