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Fieseler Fi103-A V1 Doodlebug

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.

Bentley 4.5

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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.


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