World Battlefronts: Rocket or Racket?

From Switzerland last week came some fancy rocket talk. According to this tale:

The Nazis' secret weapon is a huge gun which fires massive air bombs (about 40 ft. long, 4 ft. thick), each one twice the length and thickness of a submarine's torpedo. Five or seven rocket installations in the tail keep the projectile going, outer rockets firing in pairs after a large central one has burned out. It is guided to its target by radio, and causes a tremendous explosion when it hits. The rocket gun even has a name: Urania.

Scare Stuff? Snorted Dr. Alfred Stettbacher, a Swiss explosives...

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