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Death on the High Road: The Schweinfurt Raid

The Bavarian city of Schweinfurt, with its heavy concentration of ball bearing factories, was a classic example of one of these so-called panacea targets. It was obvious that anti-friction bearings played a vital role in any industrial economy, but 1940s-era German machinery was believed to be more dependent on ball bearings than most.

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Veteran relives his boing missions during WWII | State

Apr 24, 2010· EAU CLAIRE, Wis. - Jan. 3 has meant a lot of things to William Lange in his 92 years. For starters, it''s the day after his birthday. It also …

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100 Years of NSK|100th Anniversary WEB Site|NSK

Miniature ball bearings that enable faster shutter speeds are developed for use in cameras. Before World War II, German cameras had by far the best reputation worldwide. However, since many German camera makers ended up in the eastern Germany after the war, they found themselves in dire straits.

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World War II Collectibles - Antique Trader

Jun 19, 2019· Warman''s World War II Collectibles, 3rd Ed.: Exploring and understanding World War II relics. In 2014, it was sixty-nine years since World War II came to an end, and soldiers from around the world returned to their homes, many with ''spoils of war'' in hand. Today these relics are among the most sought-after of all military collectibles.

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History of Cleanrooms - ASHRAE

gyroscopes, precision ball bearings, satellites and aero-space electronics. • 1Hospitals. Controlling infection during surgery was the driver for many early contamination control tech-niques. • Miscellaneous Appliions. Cleanrooms are also used in aseptic food processing and packaging, micro-electronic and nanotech appliions, medical

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"Graf" Vintage German Violet Wand Set

Exceptional ''Graf'' Vintage Violet Wand Set Awesome Condition, Unusual Set Only a handful of the workshops producing these devices recommenced production post war due to materials shortages and the austerity measures imposed on the country during this period. Most workshops stopped production by the mid-1930s as Germany s industry swapped to rearmament …

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Remeering WWII’s “Black Thursday” In All 25 Percent of

Dec 05, 2018· During World War II, most of the ball bearings required for the Nazi army’s military and support vehicles were manufactured in Schweinfurt in eastern Bavaria. Army Air Force officials were convinced that destroying these manufacturing plants would severely affect the Nazi war effort.

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The second Schweinfurt mission–Boer Command’s Darkest

Oct 14, 2014· On some of the long missions, the boers would fly near 400 miles over German territory without fighter protection. One of the focal points of the boing campaign was the destruction of ball bearing production facilities. Ball bearings were deemed to be critical to the German war industry.

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World War II: Schweinfurt-Regensburg Raid Summary

Jun 17, 2008· This was to be accomplished through a coined boer offensive against German aircraft factories, ball bearing plants, fuel depots, and other related targets. Early Pointblank missions were conducted by the USAAF''s 1st and 4th Boardment Wings (1st & 4th BW) based in the Midlands and East Anglia respectively.

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Black Thursday for WWII US Army Air Force Over Schweinfurt

Oct 16, 2018· 1940s-era German machinery was believed to be more dependent on ball bearings than most, which made the ball-bearing factories around Schweinfurt high-value targets. While the British advoed a general boing campaign against German cities, US commanders pushed for precision attacks against specific industrial targets.

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The Army Air Corps to World War II > Air Force Historical

Eight Air Force boers attack the Messerschmitt works at Regensburg, Germany, and ball bearing plants at Schweinfurt in a massive daylight raid. German fighters down 60 of the 376 American aircraft. Sept. 27, 1943. P-47s with belly tanks go the whole distance with Eighth Air Force boers for a raid on Emden, Germany. Oct. 14, 1943.

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Electric micromotor - All medical device manufacturers

electric with LED light autoclavable. dental micromotor. Implantor. Speed: 100 rpm - 40,000 rpm. Noiseless and ultra-light, the Implantor LED micromotor is vibration-free and characterised by extremely high torque.With suitable contra-angles, it can deliver up to 70Ncm. Speed from 100 to 40,000 rpm with 1:1 ratio Electronic

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24. World War II | THE AMERICAN YAWP

American boers hit German ball-bearing factories, rail yards, oil fields, and manufacturing centers during the day, while the British RAF carpet-boed German cities at night. Flying in formation, they initially flew unescorted, since many believed that boers equipped with defensive firepower flew too high and too fast to be attacked.

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Bearings | Product egory | MinebeaMitsumi Product DataBase

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EQTF Ball Bearings: Light, Compact, Low-Friction and Stable

Apr 14, 2015· They have already proven themselves in Japan and are now set to conquer the European automotive world: we’re talking about the EQTF ball bearings that NSK has developed for the new compact, light and fuel-efficient transmission for cars. The transmission bearings last a lot longer and allow downsizing despite the higher demands. Light, compact and low-friction …

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World War II - Air warfare, 1942–43 | Britannica

World War II - World War II - Air warfare, 1942–43: Early in 1942 the RAF boer command, headed by Sir Arthur Harris, began an intensifiion of the Allies’ growing strategic air offensive against Germany. These attacks, which were aimed against factories, rail depots, dockyards, bridges, and dams and against cities and towns themselves, were intended to both destroy …

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Massey Air Museum

Donated to the Massey Air Museum by Robert R. Burns, Newark, DE (2/28/16). d Bob Burns trained at Lowry Field, CO at the Air Corps Technical School for Norden Bo Sight maintenance and repair before going to England during WWII, he attained a rank of Master Sergeant. The bo sight was bought as surplus after the war for around $60.00 by a friend of Bob '' s who …

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Welsh inventions | Wales

1794 – Ball bearings. The Carmarthen-based inventor and ironmaster Philip Vaughan patented the first design for a ball bearing in 1794. His design placed iron balls between the wheel and the axle of a carriage, allowing the carriage wheels to rotate freely by reducing friction. His 18th-century design is fundamentally unchanged in all

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Products - TENTE

Sealed swivel bearing with dual purpose bearing and tapered roller bearing, threaded king pin and locking nut secured, grease nipple. Wheel centre: cast iron, painted. Convex tread R100mm made of Premium Polyurethane (Ultratech), casted, 83 Shore A thickness 15mm, precision ball bearing, sealed.

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The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress: Stories from a WWII Pilot

Nov 22, 2016· Our leaders said that our strategic objectives were no longer ball bearing factories, oil refineries, transportation centers, etc. Now we must destroy the German aircraft in the air, on the ground, and in the factories, a necessary prelude to a …

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World War II - Air warfare, 1942–43 | Britannica

World War II - World War II - Air warfare, 1942–43: Early in 1942 the RAF boer command, headed by Sir Arthur Harris, began an intensifiion of the Allies’ growing strategic air offensive against Germany. These attacks, which were aimed against factories, rail depots, dockyards, bridges, and dams and against cities and towns themselves, were intended to both destroy …

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Battlefield Relics – The Militaria Shop

Rare Original WW2 German Luftwaffe White Cargo Tag Relic - lots of paint. Panther Tank Turret Ball Bearing. Original WW2 Relic German Army Panzer 5 - Panther Tank Turret Ball Bearing. Regular price £14.00 Use left/right arrows to navigate the slideshow or swipe left/right if using a mobile device.

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Second Schweinfurt raid - Wikipedia

The second Schweinfurt raid, also called Black Thursday, was a World War II air battle that took place on 14 October 1943, over Nazi Germany between forces of the United States 8th Air Force and German Luftwaffe fighter arm (Jagdwaffe).The American boers conducted a strategic boing raid on ball bearing factories to reduce production of these vital parts for all manner …

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German INA FAG Bearings-Original Product-TFL Bearings

FAG. Here at TFL-Bearing, we offer the full range of INA FAG bearings products including ball, self-aligning, angular contact, cylindrical, needle, and spherical bearings at highly competitive prices which are available for same or next day delivery. German’s INA FAG bearings are officially authorized distributors of China bearings, original

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2. Bearing Selection, and Shaft and Housing Design

1 "ABEC" is applied for ball bearings and "RBEC" for roller bearings. Notes 1: JIS B 1514, ISO 492 and 199, and DIN 620 have the same specifiion level. 2: The tolerance and allowance of JIS B 1514 are a little different from those of ABMA standards.

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The History of Lab Grown Diamonds: Industrial appliions

Jun 01, 2017· Ball bearings are another tool that exist without our knowledge in many devices that we use every day, such as cars, skateboards, and hard drives. They are so important to the functioning of vehicles, that in World War II, the forces attacked a German ball bearing manufacturer to cripple their army.

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Medical Devices - New Hampshire Ball Bearings, Inc.

New Hampshire Ball Bearings, Inc. (NHBB) is a leading manufacturer of precision bearings and complex bearing asselies for the global aerospace, defense, medical, and high technology markets. The company is a subsidiary of MinebeaMitsumi Inc. and an integral part of the global brand, MinebeaMitsumi Aerospace.

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List of Swedish inventors - Wikipedia

17th century. Christopher Polhem (1661–1751) was a Swedish scientist, inventor and industrialist. He made significant contributions to the economic and industrial development of Sweden, particularly mining. He reinvented the Cardan joint under the name of "Polhem knot" (Polhemknut) independently of Gerolamo Cardano, an Italian mathematician who invented the knot in 1545.