Ignition System

The mechanism responsible for initiating the combustion process in internal combustion engines used in aircraft, tanks, and other military vehicles.

Hm. 15: Hovercraft

A vehicle that travels on a cushion of air, allowing it to move over land, water, and even ice. Although not widely used during World War II, it saw some experimentation and limited deployment.

Flamethrower

A weapon that projects a stream of burning fuel, used for incendiary attacks against fortifications, personnel, and vehicles.

Fuel Depot

A storage facility for fuel, crucial for the operation of military vehicles, aircraft, and ships, often a strategic target in wartime.

Dp. 5100 (Canadian)

A designation for a specific type of military equipment, likely a weapon or vehicle, used by the Canadian armed forces during World War II. More research is needed to identify the exact nature of the equipment.

Dp. 5300 (Australian)

A designation for a specific type of military equipment, likely a weapon or vehicle, used by the Australian armed forces during World War II. More research is needed to identify the exact nature of the equipment.

Dp. 5500 (New Zealand)

A designation for a specific type of military equipment, likely a weapon or vehicle, used by the New Zealand armed forces during World War II. More research is needed to identify the exact nature of the equipment.

Dp. 5700 (Polish)

A designation for a specific type of military equipment, likely a weapon or vehicle, used by the Polish armed forces during World War II. More research is needed to identify the exact nature of the equipment.

Dp. 5900 (Dutch)

A designation for a specific type of military equipment, likely a weapon or vehicle, used by the Dutch armed forces during World War II. More research is needed to identify the exact nature of the equipment.

Dp. 3900 (Italian)

A designation for a specific type of military equipment, likely a weapon or vehicle, used by the Italian armed forces during World War II. More specific details about the equipment itself require further research.