German Aeroplane Bomb, World War I Print

German Aeroplane Bomb, World War I by Science Photo Library

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German Aeroplane Bomb, World War I Print By Science Photo Library

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Dimensions

Image:

5.88" x 8.00"

Overall:

7.88" x 10.00"

 

Print:

German aeroplane bomb, World War I by Science Photo Library - 5.88" x 8.00"

$10.00

Material:

Luster Photo Paper

$7.56

Finish:

Rolled in a Tube

$0.00

Assembly:

Assembly Charge

$0.00

Total:

 

$17.56

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About the Image

German aeroplane bomb, World War I by Science Photo Library

German aeroplane bomb, World War I. German soldier handling a bomb beside an aeroplane during World War I (1914-1918). Aeroplanes, a relatively new technology, were improved as the war progressed. They were used for bombing, but more commonly for aerial reconnaissance over enemy lines. This bomb is of a type that has a vane and propeller to prevent premature detonation. The propeller rotates as the bomb falls through the air, turning a screw that completed the firing mechanism. This photograph, dating from 16 January 1915, is from the Bain News Service, one of the USA's earliest news picture libraries.

About the Artist - Science Photo Library

Science Photo Library

Science Photo Library was founded in 1981 by Michael Marten, one of the authors of "Worlds Within Worlds", a book exploring different ways to observe the universe - from electron micrographs, to images of earthrise taken from the Apollo spacecraft. When Marten started receiving requests for the beautiful images in the book, he had an idea of setting up Science Photo Library. Since then, Science Photo Library has continued to work alongside world acclaimed photographers and the leading science and medical experts to provide a central source of the best science and specialist imagery available. Although the collection started with scientific images, it has grown to encompass all aspects of science and their impact on everyday life.

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