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German Gallery In creating the ultimate weapons of war, Hitler’s Germany laid the groundwork for future space travel. Rare V-1 and V-2 rockets highlight this World War II exhibit, demonstrating how V-2 technology made space exploration possible. V1 Buzz Bomb

German Gallery In creating the ultimate weapons of war, Hitler’s Germany laid the groundwork for future space travel. Rare V-1 and V-2 rockets highlight this World War II exhibit, demonstrating how V-2 technology made space exploration possible. V2 Rocket - genuine but never flown

This is a photo of a African American soldier. African American soldiers were stationed in France during World War II. This is one of many that serviced in the west, Western Europe. This photo has a inscription that reads "to nelson, always my ace, lucky". I do not know the identity of this person in the photo. But it states he was a African American soldier.

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Mummies in Germany…

Mummies in Germany - Shocking

Interesting that the German ones are shaped like fish and birds, while the British ones are obviously mechanical.

Bygrave Position-Line Slide Rule. Developed by Capt. L. C. Bygrave after World War I, this British slide rule was the best shortcut method of speeding up celestial computations until P.V.H. Weems invented the Star Altitude Curves and Air Almanac. #TimeNav

Hedy Lamarr was an inventor as well as a major Hollywood star.During the second world war, Lamarr co-created a device that would make Americas radio-guided torpedoes harder to detect. The patent was submitted in 1942 but the idea was not implemented until 1962, when it was used by US ships during the blockade of Cuba. Lamarrs invention later formed the basis for modern Wi-Fi networks