Saturday, 5 November 2016

Set of pictures of V1,V2 and Fieseler Fi 103R

Part of V2 inspected by US soldiers
Two former concentration camp prisoner in Peenemunde sit at the tail of the German V-2 rocket (V-2). Germany, the island of Usedom, 1945
V2 Rocket captured by US forces

Rheinmetall-Borsig F55 Feuerlilie anti-aircraft missile, 1943
V2 - On October 3, 1942 the A-4 was first launched from Peenemunde. Breaking the
sound barrier, it reached an altitude of sixty miles. It was  the first rocket ever to go into the fringes of space
V1 landing in London
Rheintochter was a German surface-to-air missile
V2 (Vergeltungswaffe 2)
Fieseler Fi 103R Reichenberg
V2 on its trailer
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 The first ballistic missile attacks – V2 rockets German photograph of a V2 rocket in the initial stage of its flight,08/09/1944
V1 captured at the end of the war
The prisoners and V2 in factory
A group of British soldiers examine a V-2 in October 1945
Preperation V2 to take off
V2 in court of mounting on its rempe
The V2 - the first ballistic missile and his father Werner Von Braun
Police officer examines the remains of a V-2’s engine after a rocket attack on London. September 17th, 1944
V2 (B4)
V2 - preparation to start
V2 - ready to reach the target
The launch of V2 rockets from Loosduinen, The Hague and Wassenaar
V2 test stands
Trophy rocket A-4 (V-2) in the United States
The V-2 rocket assembly hall at Peenemunde after the raid
V2 photos - round number 20
Hitler's last weapon of terror - V2
V2
V2
V2 - rocket in Paris Military Museum
Houses are cleared away in Essex after a V-2 explosion damaged and destroyed dozens of houses and killed nine people - April 22, 1945

A V-2 rocket stands on display alongside Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square - September 14, 1945

A battery of V-2 rockets is prepared for firing, 1944

A captured V-2 is paraded through Paris, 1945
A V-2 is prepared at a test site, 1944

A V-2 rocket arrives in Trafalgar Square, London, to take part in the London National Savings Week campaign - September 10, 1945
A V-2 rocket is transported in Allemagne
Meillerwagen transporter erector service tower
V2 was demonstrated for the first time on October 3, 1942
Werner Von Braun and officers

Cutaway drawing of a V-2 rocket
Diagram of a V-1 (buzz bomb or doodlebug). Daily Mirror
American soldier exams a partially constructed V2 rocket at a captured construction site in Nordhausen, Germany, April 29, 1945.
Wernher von Braun, V2 rocket developer
Start of V2
The V2s were first fired on London, but after the liberation of Belgium, the Germans targeted Antwerp.  A few were fired on Paris and other French cities. This one fell on Rheims, but didn't explode
The First V2 Attack On London - September 8th 1944
V2 (B8)
Assembly hall of V2
Surviving A4/V2 Rockets
V-1 'Doodle Bug' Flying Bomb

Schematic diagram of a V2 rocket

Perfect view of V2 on the position before starting procedur
V1 in flight over London, 1944
V1 in flight over England (photographed by pursuing RAF fighter aircraft)
V1 under duty
V2 cutway
V2 rocket engine

Abandoned V2 on the ground
V2 A
A V-2 rocket arrives in Trafalgar Square, London, to take part in the London National Savings Week campaign - September 10, 1945
American soldier exams a partially constructed V2 rocket at a captured construction site in Nordhausen, Germany, April 29, 1945
A German V-2 rocket on show in London's Trafalgar Square, it was part of victory celebrations and thanksgiving in September 1945
The Germans begin evacuating Mauthausen concentration as Nordhausen and
 Dora-Mittelbau Dora-Nordhausen, April 9, 1945
A V-2 is launched from the German army research center in Peenemünde in 1943
German soldiers transporting a V-1 flying bomb to the launch site, 1944
1945 Germany, Nordhausen - secret underground factory corridor of V1
Naked V2
V2 in the hall
V2 was 14 metres in length, carried nearly a tonne of explosive, and could reach a height of 80 kilometres
V2 during preparation to start
Umm ... there is a V1 in the backyard - Holland in the summer of 1945
A V-2 rocket launches, 1942
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V2 flying with wishes