The catapult intended for start of bombers of times of World War II, is found in England

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Archeologists in England dug out the experimental catapult intended for start in air of bombers of times of World War II. The catapult received the name Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE) Mark III Catapult and located in County of Oxfordshire in the southeast of England, was designed for economy of fuel for military planes and creation of shorter runways, than usual airfields, reports Museum to archeology London (MOLA). However the prototype constructed in 1938-1940, was not used. Subsequently the device was dug, and in 1941...