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The 34th  Fighter Squadron
Flying the P-47 Thunderbolt
from IE Shima Island North West of Okinawa

In these ruins of a Japanese temple on Ie Shima in WW2
 Appears to be A UFO.

If you know anything please
let me know.  Also, is this a picture of a UFO in WW2.  It doesn't look
like a spot on the picture and it doesn't look like an airplane.
What is it?


A Japanese Temple on the Island of Ie Shima in WWII, it this a UFO picture in the background
Pictue Scanned by C. Jeff Dyrek


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In Temple ruin photo ,possible UFO ?I think its a Blimp or Dirigible.Blimp I would think highly possible as they were used for Submarine warfare.I put the photo on to AOL then blew it up 200 percent.The lower gondola appears slightly distorted towards the front, but my gut feeling is its a Blimp.  John from New York

When I was an intelligence officer in Bomber Command in the winter of 1943-44, I debriefed several crews about some lights that had attacked them when they were over the Baltic. They fired at the lights, which didn’t shoot back. These lights didn’t seem to do anything, just pulse and go round. We put it down to fatigue, but later, after I had sent the reports in, an American G2 Intelligence Officer told us that their bombers saw lights in the sky - ‘foo-fighters’ he called them.’  Michael Bentine  Read more at about UFO's in WW2 Here.

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