German single missile interceptor Ba 349 Natter is the worst aircraft of the Second world war.
The American edition of Air & Space called German single missile interceptor Ba 349 Natter worst aircraft of world war II.
It is noted that in 1945, the money for its development allocated reluctantly. Building planes former furniture makers working in poorly equipped workshops. Aircraft vertical launch had a wooden fuselage and was disposable. After the start of the 24 high-explosive missiles, the pilot had to eject and the plane crashed.
After its development the only manned launch ended in tragedy, which killed the pilot, Lothar Sieber.
All were made in Germany 36 of these aircraft, most of them were destined to exhibits in museums.
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