List of German guided weapons of World War II
- Peenemünde rocket test site
List of missiles
The V-1 cruise missile was used operationally against London and Antwerp. The V-2 ballistic missile was used operationally against London, Antwerp, and other targets. The Rheinbote was fired against Antwerp.
- V-1 flying bomb
- V-2 rocket
- Ruhrstahl X-7 (Rotkäppchen) Guided anti-tank missile.
Germany developed a number of surface-to-air missile systems, none of which were used operationally:
- Enzian (Gentian)
- Rheintochter (Rhine Daughter) (an air-to-air variant was also planned)
- Schmetterling (Butterfly) (an air-to-air variant was also planned)
- Wasserfall (Waterfall)
- Feuerlilie (Fire Lily)
- R4M rocket (unguided air-to-air rocket)
- Werfer-Granate 21 (unguided air-to-air variant of the Nebelwerfer rockets)
- Ruhrstahl X-4 (guided; anti-tank variants of this were also designed, such as the X-7 and X-10)
Anti-ship missiles were used operationally against allied shipping in 1943, notably in the Mediterranean Sea, guided by the Funkgerät FuG 203 Kehl series of MCLOS radio guidance systems aboard the deploying aircraft:
- List of military aircraft of Germany
- List of World War II military aircraft of Germany
- List of RLM aircraft designations
- List of missiles
- Fiesler Fi103 (V1) - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK)
- V2 (Assembly 4) - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK)
- Rheinmetall Borsig Rheinbote - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK)
- Holzbrau-Kissing Enzian (Gentian Violet) - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK); Fitzsimons, Bernard, ed. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of 20th Century Weapons and Warfare (London: Phoebus, 1978), Volume 8, p.849, "Enzian".
- Fitzsimons, Volume 20, p.2212, "Rheintochter".
- Rheinmetall Borsig Rheintochter (Daughter of the Rhein) R1 - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK)
- Henschel Hs117 Schmettering (Butterfly) - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK)
- EMW C2 Wasserfall
- Feuerlilie (Fire Lily) - Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (UK)