Philipp Aumann, exhibition curator at the Peenemuende Historical Technical Museum, holds up a log book of the flyer crew engineer Dr. Walter Reck in the power plant of the former military research center in Peenemuende, Germany, 27 January 2016. The Museum Peenemuende is hosting a special exhibition "Wunder mit Kalkuel" (lt. Marvels with calculation) putting into focus a hitherto neglected facet of Nazi armaments on the northern tip of the island of Usedom. Credit: dpa picture alliance/Alamy Live News

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Philipp Aumann, exhibition curator at the Peenemuende Historical Technical Museum, holds up a log book of the flyer crew engineer Dr. Walter Reck in the power plant of the former military research center in Peenemuende, Germany, 27 January 2016. The Museum Peenemuende is hosting a special exhibition "Wunder mit Kalkuel" (lt. Marvels with calculation) putting into focus a hitherto neglected facet of Nazi armaments on the northern tip of the island of Usedom. Credit: dpa picture alliance/Alamy Live News
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Philipp Aumann, exhibition curator at the Peenemuende Historical Technical Museum, holds up a log book of the flyer crew engineer Dr. Walter Reck in the power plant of the former military research center in Peenemuende, Germany, 27 January 2016. The Museum Peenemuende is hosting a special exhibition "Wunder mit Kalkuel" (lt. Marvels with calculation) putting into focus a hitherto neglected facet of Nazi armaments on the northern tip of the island of Usedom. From 28 January 2016 the museum will also show the famous development of V2-weapon, the work of the German Air Force Experimental Station where the remote-controlled precision bombs and defensive weapons were tested. Photo: STEFAN SAUER/DPA

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