Daily Archives: October 25, 2016

Electronic Weapons of Mass Disruption

In World War II, Nazi Germany unleashed thousands of Wonder Weapon attacks against it’s foes. Technologically-advanced V-1 and V-2 guided missiles caused over 33,000 casualties in England alone. As innovative as these weapons were, however, they lacked the precision targeting capability needed to be of significant tactical value and to avoid collateral (civilian) damage. With limited accuracy (i.e. “probably” hitting London) they became Nazi tools of reprisal and terror. Life in and around London was […]