V-2 rocket

By Nathan Golden

Creation

The inventor was Von Braun and dornberger had a team of 80 engineer building rocket

By 1934 the rocket was first called a-4 than they changed it to v-2rocket

Section 2

46.1 feet high 56,000pounds the velocity is 3,500miles per hour. It broke the sound barrier

It reached altitude of sixty miles it's capacity of 2,200 pounds

Section 3

In 1943 Hitler decided to use the A-4 as a "vengeance weapon," and the group found themselves developing the A-4 to rain explosives on London. Fourteen months after Hitler ordered it into production, the first combat A-4, now called the V-2, was launched toward western Europe on September 7, 1944. When the first V-2 hit London von Braun remarked to his colleagues, "The rocket worked perfectly except for landing on the wrong planet."

The SS and the Gestapo arrested von Braun for crimes against the state because he persisted in talking about building rockets which would go into orbit around the Earth and perhaps go to the Moon. His crime was indulging in frivolous dreams when he should have been concentrating on building bigger rocket bombs for the Nazi war machine. Dornberger convinced the SS and the Gestapo to release von Braun because without him there would be no V-2 and Hitler would have them all shot.

V2rockets

The V-2 (German: Vergeltungswaffe 2, "Vengeance Weapon 2"), technical name Aggregat-4 (A4), was the world's first long-range[4] ballistic missile. It was developed during the Second World War in Germany, specifically targeted at London and later Antwerp.

The development for the v-2 rocket

NRL developed a telemetry system using a 23-channel pulse-time modulation. Voltage presented to the input terminals of a given channel determined spacing 9,000civilians and

Military personnel while 12,000 forced labourers and concentration camp prisoners

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We're the v-2 rocket used in ww2

The V-2 (German: Vergeltungswaffe 2, "Vengeance Weapon 2"), technical name Aggregat-4 (A4), was the world's first long-range[4] ballistic missile. It was developed during the Second World War in Germany, specifically targeted at London and later Antwerp.