V-2 / A-4 rocket (Peenemunde) graphite rudder acrylic
Article No.: M0066
Acrylic containing a flown fragment of a V-2 rocket graphite rudder used to steer the rocket.
The V-2 rocket, German: Vergeltungswaffe-2 (“Vengeance Weapon 2”), also called V-2 missile or A-4, was a German ballistic missile of World War II, the first rocket to reach space in 1944. Developed in Germany from 1936 by Wernher von Braun, it was first successfully launched on October 3, 1942. In total, about 5,000 people died in V-2 attacks.
Unlike other privately made acrylics these are real blocks, not cheaply glued or screwed together. Each block is in the size of 3''x4' and about 1'' thick.
Perfect for any office table or even flat down in a cabinet.
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This acrylic contains a piece of a graphite rudder from a vintage V-2 rocket produced in Peenemunde during WWII.
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