Swedes got an unscheduled preview of a new
German weapon last week. A pilotless, rocket-driven aircraft crashed
near Bertilstorp, in south Sweden. Apparently it had strayed out of
control of its radio beam. Observers who studied the wreckage said the
craft had no wings, tail, or landing gear. It carried two spherical
mines which were thrown 100 yards by the crash, but did not explode.
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