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09 Oct 2016 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 23

  1. Wacky and wonderful

  2. wiel vd loop 9 Oct 2016 Reply

    Blohm &voss

  3. Emir Latinović 10 Oct 2016 Reply

    Which aircraft is that?

  4. Elsyamma Kartika 10 Oct 2016 Reply

    😍😍

  5. Elsyamma Kartika 10 Oct 2016 Reply

    😍

  6. Kees van der Luyt 10 Oct 2016 Reply

    +Emir Latinović​ if I am not mistaken it is the Blohm & Voss 138 Seedrache

  7. Matthew Noyes 11 Oct 2016 Reply

    that is a cool picture, but it's a Nazi plane

  8. dominic dinada 12 Oct 2016 Reply

    Nazi or not they are single handedly responsible for the greatest breakthroughs in technology this century

  9. Seth Randleman 12 Oct 2016 Reply

    Not Nazi. That is the German's WWI symbol. But it is a cool plane

  10. Joe Sanchez 12 Oct 2016 Reply

    Wat bout da swastika on da tail fin? Sorry, ww2.

  11. wiel vd loop 12 Oct 2016 Reply

    It doesnt matter if theres a swastika or not building nice airplanes has nothing to do with political views.the germans and japs did build genius examples of flying machines due to the fact that in 1945 the axis forces struggles to capture as much as posible technology from the germans and japs .

  12. Joe Sanchez 12 Oct 2016 Reply

    I agree , way ahead of their time .super advance. Its not a political view
    comment. It's not a ww1 plane. That's all.

  13. Michael Strom 12 Oct 2016 Reply

    Well vonbraum was also in Germany until a lies got to berlin . he was in Hitlers secret jet and plane project's. Then he helped the USA to build Fatman n littleboy .physicists made to be engineer s in Nazi Germany's insane visions

  14. Joe Sanchez 12 Oct 2016 Reply

    Wasn't Werner vonbraun responsible for da USA space program ? After many
    German scientist came to America after the war ended. They put it together
    in 3 months?

  15. Joe Sanchez 12 Oct 2016 Reply

    The atomic bomb was dropped in August 45.

    On Oct 12, 2016 5:01 PM, "Joe Sanchez" <****@**> wrote:

    > Wasn't Werner vonbraun responsible for da USA space program ? After many
    > German scientist came to America after the war ended. They put it together
    > in 3 months?
    >

  16. Emir Latinović 13 Oct 2016 Reply

    +Michael Strom U.S. already had started with making a nuclear bomb, little before and during WWII. They only had minor impediments in dissolving uranium from its core in larger quantities, to create fission.
    In 1942, there were meetings occurred between nazi A Bomb project engineers and scientists with their counterparts from Project Manhattan, of course, in secrecy.
    From those moments, huge leakages of confidential data about nazi A Bomb happened and that's how U.S. got their hands on nuclear weaponry, which resulted in Fatboy and other bombs.

  17. Kees van der Luyt 13 Oct 2016 Reply

    Werner von Braun was the rocket man. He had nothing to do with the A bomb, but he did design the V2 rocket and several other rocket propelled devices. After the war he was responsible for the US's space flight program. The A-bomb guy was named Oppenheimer.

  18. Joe Sanchez 13 Oct 2016 Reply

    Yes I know , that's Wat I sed. U sed von. braun. Worked on the atomic bomb.

  19. Joe Sanchez 13 Oct 2016 Reply

    That was at los alamos new Mexico.

  20. wiel vd loop 13 Oct 2016 Reply

    You should visit the los alamos museum every moment of construktion and development,troubles and stuff can be found here.interesting material to feed the brain.

  21. Joe Sanchez 13 Oct 2016 Reply

    Am sure it's a site i'd like to check out.very interesting I can imagine.
    Love all of the ww2 history.

  22. Lily Carrera 23 Oct 2016 Reply

    Nice

  23. John Nichols 4 Dec 2016 Reply

    +Michael Strom did not work on a bombs. Von Braun got us to the moon as well as projects before the moon shot.

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