9 edition of German & Allied secret weapons of World War II found in the catalog.
|Statement||[written by Ian V. Hogg and J. B. King ; illustrated by John Batchelor ; edited by Bernard Fitzsimons ; compiled by Ian Close].|
|Contributions||King. J. B., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||UF561 .H62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||77362552|
German Secret Weapons Of World War Ii by Ian Hogg of the secret weapon projects of the Third Reich is revealed in this comprehensive study written by one of the world's great experts on weaponry. The book explores the various fields in which the Germans concentrated their weapon development and discusses the multiplicity of ideas, the. In the final months of World War II, as the Allied troops pushed deeper into Nazi Germany and the Soviet Red Army pinned the German military on .
This book provides a fascinating exploration of Nazi war technology and what happened to it after the end of World War II. Some of the shocking revelations include the fact that the Nazis were more technologically advanced than the U.S/5(27). German Flying Discs. Many of the reports of Nazi flying saucers can be traced back to a book entitled German Secret Weapons of World War II written by Rudolf Lusar in the late 's. Lusar had been a major in a German army technical unit during the war.
Though many blueprints of German secret weapons developed toward the end of World War II never made it further than the drawing board, some did indeed advance to the prototype and testing stages. Some—such as the half-track motorcycle, one-man torpedo, and rocketpropelled tanks—came to play an effective role in the field of battle. This anti-ship missile was probably the most effective guided weapon the war. These destroyed numerous naval destroyers and merchant ships. At 13 feet long and weighing about 2, lbs, about 1, of these were manufactured for use by the German Luftwaffe, “Air Force.”They were basically a radio-controlled glider with a rocket engine attached underneath, and, of course, lbs of.
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German Secret Weapons of World War II: The Missiles, Rockets, Weapons, and New Technology of the Third Reich Paperback – Ap by Ian V. Hogg (Author) out of 5 stars 18 ratings. See all formats and editions.
Hide other formats and editions.4/4(6). German Secret Weapons of the Second World War draws comparisons between similar Allied projects and narrates the deeper purpose behind many of these projects.
Many of these developments were not completed before the end of the war, but have created a solid foundation for many of today’s great military ed on: Ap German Secret Weapons of World War II: The Missiles, Rockets, Weapons and New Technology of the Third Reich.
Paperback – Febru Discover the latest buzz-worthy books, from mysteries and romance to humor and nonfiction. Explore more/5(5). Good. German & Allied secret weapons of World War II by Hogg, Ian V.
Binding: Hardcover. Weight: Lbs. Product Group: Book. Istextbook: No. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear/5(2).
Hitler’s regime was notorious for its many experiments and its various secret ploys, weapons, and technological developments.
But typically, the term “secret German weapons” only turns up images of the V-1 and V-2 missiles that played a part in bombing London in /5.
German & Allied secret weapons of World War II. Hogg, Ian V., ; King. B., joint author. Publication date. Topics. Ordnance, World War, Publisher. London: Phoebus. German and Allied Secret Weapons of World War II, by Ian V.
Hogg and J.B. King () An interesting book that gives an overview of German and Allied secret weapons from WW2. There are some things in here I had never heard of when I bought the book, like the Krummlauf, the barrel attachment that allowed rifles and machine guns to shoot around ng: Free.
Ian V. Hogg has provided a comprehensive, highly detailed study of the V-weapons, as well as the rest of Nazi Germany’s secret weapon program, in German Secret Weapons of the Second World War (Stackpole Books, Mechanicsburg, Pa.,$).
Hidden Weapons: Allied Secret and Undercover Services in World War II (Pen and Sword Military Classics) Collier, Basil Published by Pen and Sword Military Classics 6/19/ (). In Secret Weapons of World War II, first-class historian, William Breuer, chronicles the clandestine battles that occurred between the brilliant scientists and codebreakers of the Allies and the Axis powers.
Here are the extraordinary tales behind the ingenious weapons and technological wizardry that determined the outcome of the s: Author: Hogg, Ian V. & King, J.B. Language: English. The book describes the history of secret weapons in World War Two - German as well as Allied. 1 copy € German Secret Weapons: Blueprint for Mars (Ballantine's Illustrated History of World War II, Weapons, Book #5) Brian Ford.
out of 5 stars 6. Paperback. 15 offers from $ The winter war: Russia against Finland (Ballantine's illustrated history of the violent century)/5(3). Germany developed numerous new weapons during the war although was unable to field many of these weapons in any meaningful number, including the first mass produced assault rifle in the world.
Beginning inGermany solicited developmental prototypes for a semi-automatic rifle to replace the commonly used Karabiner 98k, a bolt-action rifle, for better performance in infantry. Get this from a library.
German secret weapons of World War II. [Ian V Hogg] -- "The phrase 'German Secret Weapons' immediately conjures up images of the V-1 and V-2 missiles which bombarded London in But what of the V-3 and V-4. What of Schmetterling, the Rochling shell.
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Hogg and King J. (, Book, Illustrated) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. For the cost and number of weapons systems reviewed, this should be a 4 star book (the only 5 star book I know of in this field is Chris Bishops Directory of WW2 Weapons, now long out of print I think, and while it is far larger, even it managed to lose the chapter on Allied Destroyers!).Reviews: Germany s Secret Weapons of World War II explores this little-known aspect of the Nazi war machine to reveal the extent of German secret weapons development.
Broken down by weapon types, the book includes reference tables, diagrams, colourful maps and charts and photographs, presenting all the core data in easy-to-follow s: Get this from a library.
German & Allied secret weapons of World War II. [Ian V Hogg; J B King]. German & Allied secret weapons of World War II by Ian V. Hogg, J. King, unknown edition. Wunderwaffe (German pronunciation: [ˈvʊndɐˌvafə]) is German for "Wonder weapon" and was a term assigned during World War II by the Nazi Germany propaganda ministry to some revolutionary "superweapons".
Most of these weapons however remained prototypes, which either never reached the combat theater, or if they did, were too late or in too insignificant numbers to have a military effect. The secret of American victory in World War II was quantity and quality.
Copious amounts of weapons and equipment that not only overwhelmed and outmatched the Axis arsenal, but helped enable Lend-Lease allies like Britain and Russia to do the same. [text_ad] Not that every U.S.
weapon was great. Secret weapons the Allies deployed against the Germans tended to go unnoticed by Allied civilians and Allied media. German jet fighters were a secret weapon.
So were Allied jet fighters that didn't get into the war in large numbers and so passed unnoticed. By the late s every advanced power had jet technology so there was no longer a need.