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Offline martinbayer

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Re: German Fake Aircraft of 1930s & 1940s
« Reply #15 on: February 28, 2019, 07:30:27 am »
For the last one see https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,30083.0/all.html, so it's not a fake, just a bad illustration/interpretation.
« Last Edit: February 28, 2019, 07:32:21 am by martinbayer »
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Re: German Fake Aircraft of 1930s & 1940s
« Reply #16 on: March 03, 2019, 04:51:03 am »
Hi,

in most reliable sources,the Henschel HS.315 was a missile Project,I found this Model,
but of course we can't believe it was real,specially they mentioned that,the idea was
for nuclear rocket-bomb ?.

https://www.panzerfux.de/Sort-by-nation/1-72/1-72-Wehrmacht/rocket/1-72-Henschel-Hs-315-nuclear-rocket-powered-bomb.htm?shop=panzerfux_e&SessionId=&a=article&ProdNr=BIM-72171&p=19991

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During the final war-phase, Henschel Factory went into planning for a nuclear rocket-bomb (Henschel Hs 315) project, which was earmarked for long-range missions. At the end of 1944, actual work started and two main goals for the project were defined: Development of a weapon to be probably decisive for the outcome of the war and therein the decision that Henschel Hs 130 (high altitude bomber) project was to be continued, since in February 1944,Erhard Milch, Head of RLM (Reichsluftfahrt-Ministerium, German Airforce Ministry), had given orders to discontinue all works for Hs 130 and to scrap all existing prototypes. In order to get the maximum range, Hs 315 had not only two stub wings at the fuselage tip, it was to have also circular (3,4m length) wings at the end of the fuselage area. The flying bomb, weighing up to 6.4 tons was to be propelled by a Diglycol-powder rocket motor and had a planned maximum velocity of 1,000 km/ph. It was to be transported by a Henschel Hs 130 A or Hs 130 E to a height of 16,000 m before release to mission. In order to get best target accuracy, Hs 315 was also to be wire-guided. Additionally to this project, Henschel Factory in Kassel had also a research department for nuclear-physics, which worked on the development of an uranium bomb. With enemy troops approaching  Kassel, most documents concerning Hs 315 were destroyed

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Re: German Fake Aircraft of 1930s & 1940s
« Reply #17 on: March 03, 2019, 05:02:30 am »
Complete utter BS.....

Nazi Germany was absolutely nowhere near having a nuclear weapon and even if they were why on earth would it be an airdropped guided (by hand controller-radio or wire control) missile?