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BP20 or Ba 349 Natter rocket interceptor at rest, circa late 1944; seen in bulletin Ba 349 Natter rocket interceptor being launched, circa early 1945; seen in bulletin
BP20 or Ba 349 Natter rocket interceptor at rest, circa late 1944; seen in bulletin 'Guided Missiles-The Weapon of the Future' published by US War Department in Apr 1946Ba 349 Natter rocket interceptor being launched, circa early 1945; seen in bulletin 'Guided Missiles-The Weapon of the Future' published by US War Department in Apr 1946
Ba 349 Natter rocket interceptor being prepared for launch, circa early 1945; seen in bulletin Ba 349 Natter rocket interceptor on display at Farnborough, England, UK, 1946
Ba 349 Natter rocket interceptor being prepared for launch, circa early 1945; seen in bulletin 'Guided Missiles-The Weapon of the Future' published by US War Department in Apr 1946Ba 349 Natter rocket interceptor on display at Farnborough, England, UK, 1946
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