Ihm-42 Military Equipment Research

The scientific and technological investigation into developing new and improved military equipment, seeking breakthroughs and innovations.

Ihm-1 Rocket Motor

A type of rocket engine used in various military applications during World War II, including guided missiles and aircraft launch systems.

Excalibur Shell

A precision-guided artillery shell used by the United States Army during World War II, capable of hitting targets with extreme accuracy over long distances. It played a significant role in supporting ground troops.

Experimental Weapons

Weapons developed and tested during World War II that pushed the boundaries of technology, often with unconventional designs or advanced features. Examples include the German V-2 rocket and the American atomic bomb.

Exploitation of Technology

The use of new technologies and inventions by warring nations during World War II to gain an advantage. This included radar, jet engines, and nuclear weapons.

Experimental Aircraft

Aircraft designed and built during World War II to test new technologies and concepts, often with unconventional designs or advanced features. Examples include the German Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet and the American Bell X-1.

Bock, Karl

A German engineer and designer who was instrumental in developing the V-2 rocket, a powerful ballistic missile used by Nazi Germany during World War II.

Advancing Military Intelligence

The development of more sophisticated intelligence gathering techniques during World War II, including the use of codebreaking, aerial reconnaissance, and human intelligence networks, significantly impacting military decision-making.