When released, the propeller on the rear of the bomb would spin and turn an internal screw which armed the bomb at a safe distance from the aircraft.
This entry was posted on April 18, 2014 by Miep. It was filed under History, Military History, Modern Warfare, Photography, Pursuit of Happiness, The Drama Of It All, The Politics of Cultural Destruction, Weird, World War One and was tagged with aeroplane, airplane, biplane, black and white photography, bomb, Britain, British, Death, England, Europe, Fight, German, History, Military, Military history, Photo, Photography, plane, Politics, War, Warfare, World War One, WW1.
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