Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Josef Papp (1933?, Tatabanya, Hungary - April 1989, Daytona Beach, Florida) was an engineer who was awarded U.S. patents related to the development of a fusion engine, and also claimed to have invented a jet submarine. On August 11, 1966, a fishing boat off Brest, France spotted someone floating in the water, clutching an inflatable life raft. They fished him out and found that he was dressed like a pilot with a flight helmet and goggles. He was barely coherent and badly bruised. When questioned, he identified himself as Canadian Josef Papp and claimed to have just bailed out from a submarine. When asked where the crew was, he replied that he was alone in his submarine and had just crossed the Atlantic in 13 hours.