Developed by Horten Bros. built by Gotha. The GO229 I think is correct. This
show was full of errors IMO.
Did anyone other than me have a problem when they said Northrop employees
paid a visit to the
Smithsonian to have a look at the Go229 in storage.
Then went on to develop the B-2. Pardon me but no mention of Jack Northrop
and his flying wing developments, nor the fact that the B-2 has the exact
wingspan of the YB-49. I guess the Germans had the market cornered on flying
wing technology. NOT!
Also I had a problem with there mis-pronunciation of several things. Ernst
oooohday (Udet). Although his name was correctly uttered during the Japanese
Planes show right after. Go figure.
The show on later about the Allied Secret Planes paid fair homage to Jack
Not mentioning the P-59 even in passing was a huge mistake IMO.