The V-1 or "buzz bomb" was an early cruise missile Nazi Germany used during World War II. The photo below is German soldiers are transporting the bomb to the launcher. The V-1 earned its nickname from the loud rasping noise it would make. About 22,400 buzz bombs were released during the war.
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PK-Lysiak/Transocean-Europapress. Marschflugkörper V1 vor Start. 1944. Photograph. German Federal Archives. Wikimedia Commons. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bundesarchiv_Bild_146-1975-117-2... (Accessed December 27, 2018).
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