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    Time fuze technical report 1945

    Hello,
    Interesting link : https://docplayer.net/47639508-Li-so...in-europe.html

    The pdf doc is now waiting in the moderation queue in the bocn download section
    Last edited by MINENAZ16; 4th March 2020 at 05:01 PM.
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    Hallo @MINENAZ 16,
    Thank you for uploading this very nice report, which I knew. I just reread it and there is a lots of real interesting technical info that is used up to this day. And the info that 1000 german AA rounds were fired for 1 direct hit on a B17 or B24. 1000 rounds of 88mm and larger. Thats a lots of ammo. To be effective, an AA shell had to detonate not more than 4m around the plane. 3000 time fuzed shells were needed for 1 bomber, this was brought down to 900 per bomber for the new combination fuze. Some designs shown here, I have never seen. But, one thing puzzles me, not one word even mentions the longest (1926-1945) and largest german development of the El.Zt.Z. S/30
    Regards,
    Bellifortis.

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