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V-1

Like most of the museum, the gallery in which the V-1 (along with the V-2) is located is very compact, meaning that it's difficult to photograph a large artifact in its entirety. However, by standing in the corner of the room and tilting the camera, I was able to get nearly the entire V-1 in-frame at once.

The Air Force Museum has a number of V-1-related images, including a cool cut-away diagram of a V-1, a photo of a V-1 launch emplacement, and a picture capturing a V-1 moments before impact. The Smithsonian has a detailed V-1 page (be sure to click the "Long Description" tab).

 
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