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  • The Bouncing Bomb | The Dambusters

    Wallis was still faced with the problem of placing his hypothetical explosive charge against the wet face of the dam. It has been known since the dawn of artillery ...

  • Bouncing bomb - Wikipedia

    A bouncing bomb is a bomb designed to bounce to a target across water in a calculated manner to avoid obstacles such as torpedo nets, and to allow both the bomb's ...

  • Operation Chastise - Wikipedia

    A subsequent Carling commercial also used bouncing bomb imagery, ... Dildy, Douglas C. Dambusters; Operation Chastise, Osprey Raid Series No. 16. Oxford, UK: ...

  • Dambusters - The History of the Bouncing Bomb - YouTube

    This video on the history of the bouncing bomb was done with Weymouth College and part of our course (BTEC NDip Film and TV Production level 3)

  • Sir Barnes Wallis and the Dambusters' bouncing bomb ...

    Sir Barnes Wallis and the Dambusters' bouncing bomb They are now hailed as one of most ingenious pieces of British military engineering, but the ideas ...

  • Dambusters - Building the Bouncing Bomb - YouTube

    Cambridge engineer Dr Hugh Hunt tries to recreate Barnes Wallis's famous Second World War bouncing bomb to blow up a specially constructed dam in Canada.

  • Bouncing Bomb – Dambusters Blog

    Posts about Bouncing Bomb written by charlesfoster and dambusters

  • Dambusters bouncing bomb tested - BBC News

    Archive footage of the bouncing bomb used in the 1943 Dambusters raid being tested.

  • The Dambusters - History Learning Site

    The Dambusters have been immortalised in World War Two folklore as a result of their ... He believed that you could use a bouncing bomb that would clear the ...

  • The Dambusters | Welcome to the Dambusters Website

    617 Squadron, RAF, “The Dambusters” was a single squadron formed during the Second World War to carry out a single special and dangerous task.

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