Vundervaffe - this is how the Germans called the world's first ballistic missiles V-2. Their invention opened the era of intercontinental wars and paved the way for humanity into space. And at the time of the Second World War, it was able to snatch victory from the hands of the coalition and completely change the course stories.
Following London, the German command planned to send its "weapon of retaliation" to New York, and then to Leningrad. But one man prevented these plans from coming true - Soviet prisoner of war Mikhail Petrovich Devyatayev.