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V-2 Rocket Model Detailed ++

Detailed replication Aggregat 4 / V-2; scale 1:77; solid steel; wooden base; design October 3, 1942; brochure "V-2 Story"; giftbox

99.00 *
Delivery weight: 800 g

V-2 Rocket Model October 3, 1942 ++

True to original replication Aggregat 4 / V-2; scale 1:77; solid steel; wooden base; brochure "The V-2 Story"; giftbox

79.00 *
Delivery weight: 800 g

V-2 Rocket Model Black & White +

True to original replication Aggregat 4 / V-2; scale 1:77; solid steel; wooden base; typical black & white design

69.00 *
Delivery weight: 800 g

Rocket, Cup Neutral, Silver +

Silver-coloured, neutral rocket (V-2 in scale, 1:77); solid steel; wooden base; base-label "October 3, 1942" attached; cup, trophy

59.00 *
Delivery weight: 800 g

V-2 Rocket Model Detailed

Detailed replication of the Aggregat 4 / V-2 rocket; scale 1:77; solid steel; design "October 3, 1942"

84.00 *
Delivery weight: 600 g

V-2 Rocket Model October 3, 1942

True to original replication of the Aggregat 4 / V-2 rocket; scale of 1:77; solid steel; design "October 3, 1942"

64.00 *
Delivery weight: 600 g

V-2 Rocket Model Black & White

True to original replication of the V-2 rocket; scale 1:77; solid steel; typical black & white pattern of the test-rockets in Peenemuende

59.00 *
Delivery weight: 600 g

Rocket Model, Cup Neutral, Silver

Silver-coloured, neutral rocket model (Aggregat 4 / V-2 in scale 1:77), made of solid steel

49.00 *
Delivery weight: 600 g

Bitcoin "Rock it" – Rocket Model, Cup , Silver

Bitcoin "Rock it" rocket, silver-coloured rocket model, made of solid steel, weight 420 grams

64.00 *
Delivery weight: 600 g

Rocket customised according to your idea

Free customisable rocket model (V-2, scale 1:77) from solid steel; with or without base; as trophy, cup, advertising, gift, merchandising


can be shipped within 30 bis 60 days
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Prices include VAT, plus delivery

Weltraumladen manufactures high-quality Aggregate 4 / V-2 rocket models made of solid steel. Ask for our current discounts for merchants and bulk buyers.

We would be glad to produce individual rocket models for you, based on our A-4 / V-2 rocket model. As a trophy, for promotional purposes or as a gift - our model with or without a wooden base provides the ideal basis for your rocket project. Contact us.

Weltraumladen rocket models are made entirely in Germany.

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Image: Rear of the Aggregat 4 / V-2 which touched outer space on October 3, 1942 as the first man-made object. Between the fins the image of the woman in the moon

In 1923, Hermann Oberth released his book "Die Rakete zu den Planetenräumen". By this the scientific foundations for the departure into space where set. Some enthusiastic practitioners picked up on Oberth's ideas, including the young Wernher von Braun, and experimented in rocket engineering.

With the onset of World War II, the German Army provided the means to advance rocket engineering on a scale that brought real progress and achievements within reach. The testing ground of Peenemünde was pounded out of the ground and hundreds of engineers and technicians headed by Werhner von Braun (29 years old in 1942) started the development of the first rocket to reach the universe. Although the developers of the rocket worked for the war machine, their declared goal was space flight. This is not least reflected in the ideogram of the "Woman in the Moon" at the rear of the rocket, which touched space on October 3, 1942 as the first man-made object.

The use of the rocket in World War II killed around 5,000 people. In connection with the construction of the weapon, especially in the Mittelbau Dora concentration camp, about 20,000 people were destroyed.

After the war, Americans and Russians adopted the technological advances of the Third Reich, including rocket technology. The competition between the two world powers, in turn, released funds to take the very big step. On April 12, 1961, Yuri Gagarin flew into space as the first human being, and on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first man to set foot on a foreign celestial body. Wernher von Braun with his team developed, building on the foundations from Peenemünde, the rocket that brought humanity to the moon for the first time.

More about the V-2 story: From Peenemuende to the Moon ...>>

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Image: Start preparation of an Aggregate 4 / V-2 on the test bench 7 of the Army Research Center Peenemünde during the Second World War