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Subject: Re: Guess the Bridge?
From: Moramarth <Morama...@moramarth.demon.co.uk>
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On 12 Nov, 17:49, "Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds" <atlas-
> In article <k7q9ft$pd...@dont-email.me>,
> =A0"Ken S. Tucker" <dynam...@rocketmail.com> wrote:
> > "Desperate to destroy the bridge, the Germans conducted air raids, V-2
> > rocket attacks, and frogman assaults against it."
> > Naturally, some of the historical types know the answer.
> > However the idea of throwing V2's at a bridge is unusual,
> > like hitting a hair with a dart, given the apogee and
> > bridge width. Sounds like Hitlers idea.
> > Ken
Sounds like it. A friend of mine had a print of the jet bomber attack
on the bridge, signed by some of the participants...