BACHEM Ba 349 NATTER.

The pilot-operated Bachem Ba 349 "Natter" ("Adder") was one of several unexpected new weapons Germany was seeking to perfect for a more effective defense against Allied heavy bombers. The idea of the ground-to-air missile to slow down, if not stop, attacking aircraft was one of the greatest developments to come out of World War II, and Germany led the field. David Myhra has taken 240 photographs and illustrations from his collection and presents the world's first defense interceptor missile - the manned Ba 349 "Natter."

BACHEM Ba 349 NATTER.

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Kind
Book
Author
David Myhra
Language
English
Pages
128
Cover
Soft
Collection
X Planes of the Third Reich
Delivery
Frequently available

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