During WWII, British technicians and engineers developed an incredible variety of weapons and gadgets at Station IX located on the grounds of the Frythe Estate near Welwyn, England. Here are five of the unique weapons they developed for use behind enemy lines.
A James Bond film wouldn’t be complete without a flashy sports car loaded with hidden weapons and gadgets. Although the real world of spycraft features very few high-speed car chases, there’s no question that espionage occasionally requires unique forms of transportation.
Some incredibly creative weapons and gadgets have come out of research laboratories and been placed in the hands of spies, saboteurs, and guerillas all over the world. Here is a sampling of ten of the most unique weapons from the world of spycraft.
Spy films are a Hollywood mainstay, and consistently draw the attention of moviegoers the world over. Most spy films are heavy on the fantasy and action, and light on real spycraft. Here I review my ten favorite spy films that give viewers the most real look into the world of spies and spycraft.