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A Lemma on Systems of Knotted Curves by Alexander J. W.

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In February 1944, he was summoned to appear at Gestapo Headquarters in East Prussia for urgent talks with Heinrich Himmler, who controlled the SS and Gestapo and was one of the most powerful and dangerous men in Germany at that time. Himmler, who had extensively toured the facilities at PeenemuÈnde and knew of the missile's potential, asked von Braun if he might consider abandoning the Army's V-2 programme in favour of joining his sta€ and developing similar weapons for the Gestapo. In a gutsy move, von Braun declined the invitation.

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