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Secret Weapons of World War II

by Bill Yenne

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Published by Berkley .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages304
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7504819M
ISBN 100425189929
ISBN 109780425189924
OCLC/WorldCa52823336

  Secret Weapons of World War II by William B. Breuer; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Weltkrieg (), Equipment and supplies, Geheimwaffe, World War, , Weapons systems, World War () fast (OCoLC)fst, History, Military weapons, Technology.   Powerful illustrations and a unique new narrative make this an incomparable illustrated history of the secret weapons that changed the course of World War II. The book's basic structure is chronological, charting the race in technology between the Allied and Axis powers, with examples of their use in battle, along with those that remained experimental or .

Secret Strobelight Weapons of World War II Major-General JFC Fuller, the man credited with developing modern armored warfare in the s, called failure to use it . 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 formats.

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., , $).Author: Historynet Staff.   Such analytical weakness aside, Grunden's Secret Weapons and World War II is a very informative work on wartime science and technology mobilization in Japan, with more than pages of tables, notes, bibliography, and index. Although we cannot use this book as a fully reliable reference book, because of some mistakes especially in identifying Author: Hiroaki Tanaka.


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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 war.

From radar, huff-duff (high Cited by: 2. Secret Weapons of World War II records all of the Department’s developments through the course of the conflict, both successful and not, and is written with humor and insight. “Their story has the fascination of the unexpected, in a British well-played spirit.” Kirkus Reviews/5(97).

These are the weapons that changed the world. From Navaho Code Talkers and the first computers to manned torpedoes and the atomic bomb. This fascinating new book presents more than technological terrors devised by both Axis /5. Secret Weapons of World War II book.

Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The secret story of the fantastic surprise weapons /5. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Secret Weapons of World War II by Gerald Pawle at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.

Due to COVID, orders may be : Arcadia Press. These and other details of Hitler's efforts to achieve a "wonder weapon" that would turn the tide of World War II in its closing stages are revealed authoritatively in a book called "The German Weapons and Secret Weapons of World War II and Their Development," by Rudolf Lusar, who during the war was head of the Technical Arms Department of the.

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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. 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 Get this from a library.

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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 formats/5(13).

Originally published in under the title: The secret war, Pages: With more than 20 books to his credit, Breuer (Unexplained Mysteries of World War II, etc.) employs a formulaic presentation of enticingly named stories. 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 developments.5/5(1). 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 developments/5(5). Grunden offers an insightful analysis of the reasons for Japan’s scientific/technological failures Grunden’s comprehensive volume is a unique and revealing examination of a key aspect of World War II.” —Army “An important book.

This is not just a book about secret weapons, nor only about Japan's secret weapons. The Ballantine's Illustrated History of World War II / the Violent Century: Weapons Book book series by multiple authors includes books U-Boat the secret menance (Ballantine's Illustrated History of World War II), Panzer Division, Me, and several more.The Secret War was a seven-part television series that was produced by the BBC in conjunction with the Imperial War Museum (IWM) that documented numerous key secret technical developments during World War II.

It first aired during and was presented by William Woollard, drawing on the first-hand recollections of participants from both principal. German Secret Weapons of World War II (Paperback) The Missiles, Rockets, Weapons, and New Technology of the Third Reich. By Ian V. Hogg. Skyhorse,pp. Publication Date: Ap