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Fritz X

Fritz X was a German air-launched anti-ship missile, deployed during World War II. Fritz X was an allied code-name; alternate names include Ruhrstahl SD 1400 X.

Table of contents
1 History
2 Inventory
3 Combat Performance
4 Characteristics
5 See also:


Development began in 1938.


Combat Performance

Fritz X was using in combat in 1943.

It sank the Italian battleship Roma, seriously damaged the British battleship HMS Warspite, and hit the American cruisers USS Philadelphia and USS Savannah. It sank the British light cruiser HMS Spartan.


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