Pile of lethal primed to detonate WWII steel cased high explosive bombs rest below a vintage Canadian Lancaster heavy bomber display inside the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa.
During that war these types of bombs as well as many other specially built types used in the air war bombing campaign over Europe to destroy Hitler’s Nazi war machine.
During one of my visits to this excellent museum I saw this interesting pile of aerial bombs underneath that British designed large bomber and took these pictures.
The Canada Aviation and Space Museum is a fantastic place to visit, view, and photograph the many wonderful historical exhibits inside the huge structure when in Ottawa.
It is time well spent with family, friends, or even on your own learning about international aviation history and Canada’s excellent contribution to it.
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”DETONATE”.