- Peenemünde rocket test site
List of missiles
The V-1 cruise missile was used operationally against London and Antwerp. The V-2 ballistic missile was used operationally against London, Antwerp, and other targets. The Rheinbote was fired against Antwerp.
- V-1 flying bomb
- V-2 rocket
- Ruhrstahl X-7 (Rotkäppchen) Guided anti-tank missile.
Germany developed a number of surface-to-air missile systems, none of which were used operationally:
- Enzian (Gentian)
- Rheintochter (Rhine Daughter) (an air-to-air variant was also planned)
- Schmetterling (Butterfly) (an air-to-air variant was also planned)
- Wasserfall (Waterfall)
- Feuerlilie (Fire Lily)
- R4M rocket (unguided air-to-air rocket)
- Werfer-Granate 21 (unguided air-to-air variant of the Nebelwerfer rockets)
- Ruhrstahl X-4 (guided; anti-tank variants of this were also designed, such as the X-7 and X-10)
Anti-ship missiles were used operationally against allied shipping in 1943, notably in the Mediterranean Sea:
- List of military aircraft of Germany
- List of World War II military aircraft of Germany
- List of RLM aircraft designations
- List of missiles
- Fiesler Fi103 (V1) - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK)
- V2 (Assembly 4) - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK)
- Rheinmetall Borsig Rheinbote - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK)
- Holzbrau-Kissing Enzian (Gentian Violet) - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK); Fitzsimons, Bernard, ed. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of 20th Century Weapons and Warfare (London: Phoebus, 1978), Volume 8, p.849, "Enzian".
- Fitzsimons, Volume 20, p.2212, "Rheintochter".
- Rheinmetall Borsig Rheintochter (Daughter of the Rhein) R1 - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK)
- Henschel Hs117 Schmettering (Butterfly) - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK)
- EMW C2 Wasserfall
- Feuerlilie (Fire Lily) - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK)
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