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Author Topic: Allied Experimental section?  (Read 1504 times)
MontyB
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« on: 27 March 2010, 20:33:22 »
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I have been looking through the sub-forums and there is one for "Experimental - Prototypes - Research in The Reich" but there isn't one for Allied experimental weaponry from WW2.

Given the work of Barnes Wallis and things such as the Manhattan Project, Bat and Pigeon experiments there is certainly a place for a sub-forum.
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« Reply #1 on: 27 March 2010, 21:51:00 »
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I have been looking through the sub-forums and there is one for "Experimental - Prototypes - Research in The Reich" but there isn't one for Allied experimental weaponry from WW2.

Given the work of Barnes Wallis and things such as the Manhattan Project, Bat and Pigeon experiments there is certainly a place for a sub-forum.



good idea, will see to it  salute

update: DONE: http://www.warandtactics.com/smf/experimental-prototypes-research/
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