Which unguided flying bomb used by the Germans against Britain in World War II was also called a buzz bomb
In that month there were 16 attacks on supply depots that supplied V-1 buzz bomb
Since we weren't the target of the "tractor-roar" buzz bomb
, why did it bother us?
Company C personnel were subjected to numerous buzz bomb
J Hartley may feature for the Wasps today
PJ said: "I just had my first two wins last week at Mondello Park, the Supertwins Last and the Leinster 100 - little buzz bomb
racing, great craic.
Toyota is about to change many people's thinking surrounding its value with this brilliant buzz bomb
Chronicling her WW II service from her training at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia to her assignment at an army air field in Florida to surviving buzz bomb
and V-2 rocket attacks in London and witnessing the devastation of Paris a scant two weeks after the city's liberation, An Army in Skirts is the candid testimony of a woman's perspective--thoughtfully discussing the connections Brown made with individual people and the simple day-to-day matters of survival as well as larger issues of war and peace.
There is also the Auntie Kathleen, a veritable little buzz bomb
behind the bar full of the Blarney and good cheer who was a licensee herself for over 30 years.
The engineering challenges facing Phantom Works on the engine are that it is extremely noisy - a World War II German winged missile powered by a similar one was called a buzz bomb
- and it tends to burn large amounts of fuel, especially when in a hovering mode.
Besides the multipack novelties that will be offered through retail outlets, Wells' Dairy is also rolling out a line of Disney single serve frozen novelties that includes Buzz Bomb
Pops, Goofy Scoop cones, Mike Cherry Bars, and Mickey Mouse Fudge Bars.
But then--if you are looking for possible switches of fate--what would have happened in 1944 if the buzz bomb
that so narrowly missed the New Theatre in St.