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From Nazi Laboratories to the Surface of the Moon – The Development of Modern Missile Technology When looking at the advancements made in physics during the Second World War, it is often that we look to how these advancements helped ensure victory, and to how certain events and changes in the war could not have …

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The Precarious Evolution of the Atom Bomb Despite the ongoing fascination, funding and fear towards Nuclear weapons that is ever present in the world today, they have only ever been used twice in conflict. Both times by the United States, both times in World War Two and both times dropped on Japan.  The resulting devastation …

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The Radar Revolution and its Consequences World War Two is called the physicists war for a reason, as without the revolutionary advancements made by physicists in somewhat solely academic fields such as Radar, crucial victories may have not taken place. The goal of this article is to not only teach you about the fundamental scientific …

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How World War Two Brought Us the Aerosol Can How World War Two brought us the Aerosol can An aerosol is a suspension of particles of a solid or a liquid in air or another gas. There are many examples of aerosols found in nature, including fog and airborne dust. Due to their suspension in gas, …

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