Bouncing back: how the Dambusters did it

The daring raid which led to two German dams being breached during World War II has been recreated by engineers from the University of Cambridge. The original bombs, designed by Sir Barnes Neville Wallis, bounced across the water to evade nets put in place to protect the dams. But his plans were destroyed in the 1960s by floods. It has taken until now the mystery of how the iconic engineering feat was achieved.

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