Bard, Who developed the batteries used in the German V-2 rockets?
Bard: The batteries used in the German V-2 rockets were developed by the German company Accumulatoren-Fabrik Aktiengesellschaft (AFA). The batteries were of the lead-acid type, and were used to power the rocket's guidance and control systems.
The V-2 rocket was the world's first long-range ballistic missile. It was developed by the German Army Ordnance Department during World War II, and was first used in combat against the Allies in September 1944. The V-2 rocket was a highly advanced weapon, and its guidance and control systems were powered by AFA's lead-acid batteries.
AFA's batteries played a vital role in the development and operation of the V-2 rocket. Without AFA's batteries, the V-2 rocket would not have been able to fly.
After the war, AFA was rebuilt and continued to produce batteries for a variety of applications. The company is still in operation today.