Gotha

(from the article `air warfare`) ...never effectively implemented in World War I, was spurred largely by the German air attacks on London. Carried out at first by zeppelin airships, ... ...four-engined airplane. About 80 were built, and they made 400 raids on German targets with the loss of only one plane. The best-known German ... [...
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Gotha

city, Thuringia Land (state), central Germany. It lies on the northern edge of the Thuringian Forest, 13 miles (21 km) west of Erfurt.[2 related articles]
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Gotha

German bomber plane, first used in air raids on England in May 1917.
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Gotha

Gotha (gō'tä) , city (1994 pop. 52,260), Thuringia, central Germany. It is a rail junction, and its manufactures include machinery, vehicles, textiles, chemicals, and soap. Gotha was known in the late 12th cent. In 1485 it passed to the Ernestine line of the house of Wettin and became...
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