The Fieseler Fi103-A was a pilotless flying bomb powered by a pulse jet engine that was deployed by the Germans during World War Two.
The Fieseler Fi103-A was commonly referred to by the Germans as the V-1 (Vengeance weapon number 1). The Allies commonly called it the 'buzz' bomb or doodlebug due to the buzzing noise the pulse jet made. The V-1 was intended to be aimed in the direction of a target and when over the target the engine stopped, sending the V-1 and its lethal cargo of explosives in a steep dive to the ground, where it exploded.
The Browning M1917 and M1917A Machine Guns were used extensively by the US Army and the armies of other nations during World War One, World War Two and Korea.
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The Bentley 4.5 litre was an upgrade from the Bentley 3.0 litre. 720 Bentley 4.5 litre cars, with various body styles, were produced between 1927 and 1931.