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Song Parodies -> "Nazi Raid Wiped from View"

Original Song Title:

"I Put a Spell on You"

Original Performer:

Screamin' Jay Hawkins

Parody Song Title:

"Nazi Raid Wiped from View"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

While the Germans took the British Channel Islands, Britain has claimed that no Germans landed on British soil during the war. This is now known to be false. On August 15, 1943, twelve German soldiers landed on the Isle of Wight to steal radar components from RAF Lawrence. They were countered on the beach by British Commandos instead of the expected Home Guard. Some reports state that they were wiped out on the beach while some reports state they reached the radar station. No casualty listings for either side are official and the incident was wiped by Churchill who had all residents sign secrecy papers. The Germans arrived via U-boat. Had they been crack Fallschirmjaeger Paras delivered by DFS gliders they probably would have succeeded in overcoming the Brit commandos. Oh well, at least they did get onto British soil.
Nazi Raid wiped from view
For a long time

Invasion long overdue
Sea Lion postponed
Into Russia were thrown

U-boat had landed them
Radar station bound
We're countered on the beach
Most of them were mowed down

Nazi Raid wiped from view
Population knew
But silence ensued

12 soldats showed
Met by commandos
Firefighting up close
Most of the Nazis died
Churchill's despair
Morale, you see?
All the facts he did hide
... until recently

Real history
Nazi Raid wiped from view
Over time
(7 decades later shared openly)

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Patrick - April 03, 2017 - Report this comment
American-born German saboteurs landed on the East Coast of the United States and tried to bribe a Coast Guard lookout who found them. They were caught because they went back to their families or were spending lots of money on luxury goods not available in the Vaterland.
Rob Arndt - April 03, 2017 - Report this comment
The two major operations were Operation Pastorius in 1942 and Operation Elster in 1944. Both failed. In the former, two of the spies turned to American authorities and testified against the others and in the latter RSHA (SS) agents were caught by the FBI. They were to sabotage the Manhattan Project. The Germans were more successful in WWI by infiltrating the US and causing the Black Tom Island NJ munitions incident. The explosion measured Richter 5-5.5 like an earthquake and broke thousands of windows up to 25 miles out. Frags also damaged the Statue of Liberty and prominent buildings including St. Patrick's Cathedral and Jersey City Hall. Even the Brooklyn Bridge swayed a bit! $20 million worth of damage...
Patrick - April 05, 2017 - Report this comment
Found a picture of this Liberty Loan poster from WWI on Pinterest: We had one in the auction just after 9/11. Anyone in New York City at the time of this poster would have remembered the Black Tom explosion. Remember the Halifax NS munitions ship explosion in 1917 that destroyed much of the city and killed over 1000 people?
Rob Arndt - April 06, 2017 - Report this comment
What looks like the interior of a building is the incomplete fuselage of the WW1 Mannesmann-Poll Giant Amerika Bomber under construction meant to bomb New York:
And here's a single wheel of the gear:
What it would have looked like completed:
Rob Arndt - April 06, 2017 - Report this comment
Patrick, do you remember the 1944 Port Chicago explosions?

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