A Conversation for The History of Radar
Monsignore Pizzafunghi Bosselese Started conversation Jul 15, 2003
don't know what happened in the 'Museum' paragraph
Here's the GuideML again:
The Historical Electronics Museum, Linthicum, Maryland (close to Baltimore Washington International Airport) has inter alia an SCR-584 tracker like the ones used to down the majority of V1 flying bombs. It also has an SCR-270 like the one that detected the Japanese assault force on Pearl Harbour. The Imperial War Museum in London has a single exposure of a German Würzburg tracking radar. The Deutsches Museum in Munich as well as the Musee Radar at Douvres, France, feature a Giant Würzburg. The Auto- und Technik-Museum in Sinsheim-Steinfurt (close to the A6 near Heidelberg, Germany) features none, and so does the National Air Museum at Wright Paterson, Dayton, Ohio. There may be displays in other museums, but this researcher is not aware of them.
Monsignore Pizzafunghi Bosselese Posted Jul 19, 2003
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