In the area of the military airport in Babie Doły, northern part of Gdynia, Poland, amateur explorers identified metal remains as parts of an experimental Nazi torpedo bomb. The remains were sitting unidentified in plain sight for decades.
The find was documented and removed from the site of discovery by local explorers from the Latebra fundation and workers of the Muzeum Marynarki Wojennej w Gdyni (Navy Museum in Gdynia). The identified object consists of the outer shell of the warhead part of a torpedo bomb. Rocket torpedoes and remotely controlled bombs were developed as Wundewaffe, but never left the experimental testing stage. The BT1000 type torpedo bomb is the only one which was equipped in a rocket engine. According to experts this attests to conducting such tests by the Nazis in the area of Gdynia. The find is said to be the only such object ever discovered.
(after Muzeum Marynarki Wojennej w Gdyni & Strefa Historii)