1/72 Condor plastic kit to build 3 different missiles from the german at WWII.
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|Sort||Plastic kit with PE|
|Motif||WWII German missiles|
|Historical period||World War II|
|Attention||Do not include paint or glue ( sold separately )|
|Content||Plastic parts | PE parts | Instructions|
Blohm & Voss L-10
The Blohm & Voss L 10 with the suggestive name "Angel of Peace" was (also known as Torpedo slider) in World War II, a German unmanned torpedo carrier.
With the model developed by Richard Vogt aircraft dropping the removal of the aerial torpedoes (LT) LT 950 C was increased. The LT was carried as external load a torpedo bomber and dropped from a height of 2500 m, with a range of 8500 m should be obtained. In order for the carrier aircraft outside the opponent's range of fire could operate. The aircraft was not controllable, that the pilot had to determine the direction of flight of the aircraft before dropping by plane, analogous to that of a normal shedding LT.
Three seconds after the dropping unfolded a small kite that has been ejected from a container under the left wing and dragged on a 25 m long cable. When the L 10 was located approximately 10 meters above sea level, the kites already grazed the surface of water and the L-10-carrying member was blown off. The LT 950 C then ran toward an underwater path to the target.
The Henschel Hs 293 was a World War II German anti-ship guided missile: a radio-controlled glide bomb with a rocket engine slung underneath it. It was designed by Herbert A. Wagner.
Kramer X-1 "Fritz X"
Fritz X was the most common name for a German guided anti-ship glide bomb used during World War II. Fritz X was the world's first precision guided weapon, and the first to sink a ship in combat. Fritz X was a nickname used both by Allied and Luftwaffe personnel. Alternate names include Ruhrstahl SD 1400 X, Kramer X-1, PC 1400X or FX 1400 (the latter is also the origin for the name "Fritz X"). Along with the USAAF's similar Azon weapon of the same period in World War II, it is one of the precursors of today's anti-ship missiles and precision-guided weapons.
This is a 1/72 Condor plastic kit to build 3 different missiles from the german at WWII.
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