Electrical Gun

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Title

Electrical Gun

Subject

World War, 1914-1918--Technology--Infantry

Description

Article title "Shooting with Electricity"
Caption "The Germans invented liquid fire with which to destroy the enemy. Here is an American invention - shooting the enemy with piercing, high-oressure acid-water streams charged to an electric potential of 15000 volts. Trench gasoline engine, electric plants and transformers supply the necessary power. The nozzles are heavily insulated and the soldiers wear heavy rubber shoes as well as gloves and masks."

Source

https://archive.org/details/Electrical_Experimenter_1917_06/page/n11

Publisher

Experimenter Publishing

Date Issued

1917-06

Language

en

Bibliographic Citation

Electrical Experimenter, v. V, n. 2, 1917, cover and p. 90

Rights

Public Domain

Creator

Hugo Gernsback (inventor)

Imaginary Technology Item Type Metadata

Type

Fire Arms

Prototype

No

Citation

Hugo Gernsback (inventor), “Electrical Gun,” War of Wonders, accessed 11 dicembre 2018, http://warofwonders.com/items/show/41.

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