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The German mechanical behemoth in World War I was not afraid of the British army but afraid of the Lord


friends who had played a World War I game (I won't help them expand the research team after a lot of experiments) should remember that the Zeppelin airship, in the game, was called the mechanical behemoth. Whenever I see the message that our mechanical behemoth is about to deploy on the screen, I feel relaxed. Why

because it has strong firepower. You can either shoot down with a machine gun or drop a bomb. This airship was invented by the German designer count Ferdinand von Zeppelin in 1900 and became a sharp weapon of the German army in World War I

After the war, Germany began to use airships to bomb Belgium and France. The most challenging is the bombing of Britain, because they have to cross the English Channel with complex climatic conditions. For the German troops on the airship, the threat of God is much greater than that of British warplanes. On May 31, 1915, German airships bombed London for the first time, killing 7 people and injuring 31. At that time, it was definitely a huge victory

although, If the product is in a super stress state, "through technological transformation, the fighter planes that are common today are in the initial stage at that time. Although they pose a small threat to the airship, they are not completely powerless. There are still airships that have been shot down. (this picture shows an airship that caught fire and fell in 1913)

airships are usually nearly 150 meters long, so when it is hit and exploded, the long strip-shaped fire mass slowly moving in the air can only be described as spectacular. What can be burned is left with an empty skeleton

the German Navy is equipped with aluminum; The keel of the air force equipment is made of wood. This advanced weapon has not changed the prominent advantages of vanadium batteries in war, such as long service life, large range, safety and reliability, high life cycle cost performance, rapid response, deep charging and discharging, and environmental friendliness. But the huge pressure it brings to people is real. (photos of this article, source network, if there is infringement, please contact to delete)

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