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 History Channel Luftwaffe 46

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PostSubject: History Channel Luftwaffe 46   Sun May 31, 2009 12:06 am

What if the Nazis had held out and the war in Europe lasted until 1946? We'll review the remarkable aircraft that Germany had in development at war's end, such as manned supersonic aircraft, manned V-2s, 100-ton intercontinental bombers, stealth bombers, and a fighter designed to shoot down B-29s at high altitude.


Format : XviD
Source : PDTV
Airdate: 05.02.07
Release: 05.26.07
Rars : 25x15mb

How close we came...Unique archive footage and computer
graphics show how Hitler was almost ready to bomb New York,
launch cruise missiles and build remarkably hi-tech planes.

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