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63 20,000 KILLED ON NAZI ROCKET PRODUCTION LINE The V-2 was one of the Nazis’ most destructive weapons 64 Who could have predicted that the Nazis’ deadliest weapon would kill thousands of those tasked with building it? The V-2, short for Vergeltungswaffe-2 and also known as the A-4, was the world’s first ballistic missile. Created by the Nazi military during World War II, the rocket was designed for sub-orbital space flight, meaning that upon reaching an altitude of around 80 kilometres (50 miles) it fell back to earth, exploding upon impact.
It is thought to be the only weapon system of its kind to have caused more deaths during its production than in actual usage. During its reign of limited service by the Nazis, over 3,000 clones were launched, resulting in the deaths of 7,250 civilians and military personnel. London received the second highest number of attacks, killing 2,752 civilians – statistically two people per rocket. Improvements in accuracy increased greatly during its development, resulting in missiles claiming hundreds of lives at a time.
Buoyed by his success, Lustig, who had taken a train to Vienna, returned a few weeks later to try the trick on another group of scrap dealers. This time the victim went to the police, but Lustig managed to escape arrest by the skin of his teeth. Crime & Punishment MURDER SHOT HITS ITS MARK YEARS LATER In France, the word ‘tricoteuse’ can apply to any lady who likes to knit, but in the 18th century it conjured far more sinister images. As the flames of the French Revolution were stoked, thousands of working-class women took to the streets to protest the high food prices and chronic shortages.