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&quot;Diebner&quot; German Atomic Bomb 3d printed

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White Natural Versatile Plastic
"Diebner" German Atomic Bomb 3d printed
"Diebner" German Atomic Bomb 3d printed

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"Diebner" German Atomic Bomb 3d printed
"Diebner" German Atomic Bomb 3d printed

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"Diebner" German Atomic Bomb

3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Product Description
Alleged German atomic weapon device from the Second World War, according to historian Rainer Karlsch’s 2005 controversial work Hitler’s Bombe, and recovered technical reports purported to have come from a branch of the German nuclear program. This represents a supposed weapon design by physicist Kurt Diebner, a baroque hybrid fission-fusion mechanism that would produce a low-kiloton “fizzle”…and was allegedly tested in Thuringia in 1944.

In actuality, of course, there is little credible evidence that the Germans were anywhere close to even designing a nuclear weapon, much less actually building one. But, that’s no reason to hinder anyone’s science-fiction, alternate history, or Nazisploitation™ horror model builds!

This product is modeled with a tail section derived from that of the BM-1000 M “Monika” luftmine. A slightly better aerodynamic outfitting with an attached parachute, all the better to equip this oversized, fantastical Wagnerian behemoth.
What's in the box:
2.78 x 11.3 x 2.78 cm
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1.09 x 4.45 x 1.09 inches
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