Live Science: Remains of Nazi ‘Flying Bombs’ Uncovered in British Woods

Live Science: Remains of Nazi ‘Flying Bombs’ Uncovered in British Woods. “Project leader Colin Welch told Live Science that almost 10,000 V1 flying bombs were fired mainly from launching ramps in German-controlled Holland against the southeast of England in 1944 and 1945…. Welch and his brother now hope to create an online museum of their v-weapon excavations, which would include 3D models of the recovered artifacts and historical information about the wartime V1 and V2 campaigns.”

One thought on “Live Science: Remains of Nazi ‘Flying Bombs’ Uncovered in British Woods

  1. My mother was in London during much of WWII. I remember her stories of the buzz bombs: how people would stop and wait, listening for the engine to cut out, and the relief when it didn’t. With the V2s there was no warning.

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