weapons of mass destruction

The Nazi’s Greatest Inventions

Fliegerfaust The Fiegerfaust was designed by HASAG (Hugo Schneider AG) of Leipzig in the year 1944; the Luftfaust was shaped in two diverse accounts. The first version was called the Fliegerfaust A, had four 20 mm caliber barrels. These fired 20 mm projectiles weighing 90 g which contained 19 g of explosive, impelled with the help of a small rocket. The second

Top 10 Nuclear Explosions

The nuclear mushroom is one of the most recognizable phenomenons in pictures and videos. The pure awesomeness by which the bomb detonates is simply breathtaking (I am not discussing the darker side for the moment). So today, we have come up with ten biggest nuclear explosions of all time. No 10. Pokhran-II – 60 Kilotons

7 Weird Weapons Of World War II

Between 1939 and 1945, one of the worst wars in history was fought out between two opposing forces that were so large and wide-spread, it became known as the Second World War. In a bid to stop Adolf Hitler and his allies, who were known as the ‘Axis’ powers, the ‘Allies’ worked on many weapons