Canadian troops occupy a German flying bomb launching site and describe launching apparatus in Flanders, France.
Flanders Western Europe Date:1944 Duration:3 min 25 sec Sound:Yes
Canadian troops occupy a German flying bomb launching site in Flanders, France. Map of France. Long rocket launching ramp. View of pistons that propel buzz bomb during take off. Allied pilot takes photographs. Canadian troops inspect the ramp mounted with a 400 pound piston. Canadian troops carry V-2 bombs and load them on to piston. The operation of the V-2 and launching apparatus: Man operates remote control boxes for launching. Soldier handles jet nozzle assembly. Jet propulsion engine is used for fire piston set off explosives. Compressed air bottle supply power for gyro pilots. Servo motors moves radar and elevator. Unexploded head contains explosives for bomb. Diagram shows flying bomb and its parts. View of a bomb site.
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