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The Radar and the Battle of Britain
In 1935, Watson-Watt was asked to the Air Ministry to investigate the possibility of creating a 'death-ray' weapon using radio waves. At the time, Watson-Watt was .
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Radar
History Learning Site > World War Two > World War Two in Western Europe > Battle of . the possibility of creating a "death-ray" weapon using radio waves.
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99 Fascinating Facts about World War II
Mar 19, 2011 . His death ray instead evolved into radaror radio detection and ranging.c; Out of the 40000 men who served on U-boats during WWII, only .
http://facts.randomhistory.com/world-war-ii-facts.html



Edward George Bowen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1 Early years; 2 Ground-based radar; 3 Airborne radar; 4 World War Two; 5 The . an intense beam of radio waves, a 'death ray', could bring down an aircraft.
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Robert Watson-Watt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nazi Germany was rumored to have a "death-ray" using radio waves that was capable of destroying towns, cities and people. In January 1935, H.E. Wimperis, .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Watson-Watt


Robert Watson-Watt: Biography from Answers.com
Nazi Germany was rumored to have a "death-ray" using radio waves that was capable of destroying towns, cities and people. In January 1935, H.E. Wimperis, .
http://www.answers.com/topic/robert-watson-watt


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  • How Blabber-Mouth German U-Boats got Themselves Sunk in World ...
    Jul 20, 2011 . Two Calamities attributable to Lapses in hf Radio Communication . But nobody got them to work reliably during WWII, though British and . for a Death Ray to his staff, who counter-propose detecting aircraft by reflected radio waves. . too long to amplify signals well much beyond 30 MHz (below 10 m).
    http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~wkahan/BlaUboat.pdf


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Was Tesla REALLY a crackpot? (What's up with Broadcast Power?)
He also did pioneering work in radio and other fields. . during investigations of the VLF radio signals produced by lightning, it was discovered . During WWII, Tesla proposed to build a national defense system of "death ray" towers . Tesla's death ray was essentially a water-jet cutter, but rather than using tiny water drops, .
http://amasci.com/tesla/teslabad.html


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