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Top 10 Craziest Military Weapons You Won't Believe Were Invented Subscribe: // TIMESTAMPS BELOW ----------------------- CELEBRATE 10 YEARS OF WATCHMOJO WITH OUR SPECIAL EDITION MAGAZINE, LINKS BELOW!

Some of the craziest military weapons ever invented are pretty strange. Ever thought a wind canon that shoots compressed air at your target would come in handy? What about the highly ineffective Japanese Fire Balloons? Or how about Who Me, a weapon that emits a horrible smell of feces to disorient enemies? These are just some of the bizarre weapons of war that did not work. WatchMojo counts down ten insane war tactics and weapons.

If you’re interested in learning more about weapons and wars, check out our lists of the Top10 Most Deadly Ninja Weapons:, Top 10 Bloodiest Wars of the Last Century: and Top 10 Battles in History:

00:30 #10: Project Habakkuk 01:18 #9: Dazer Laser 02:14 #8: Windkanone 03:11 #7: Who Me 04:07 #6: Novgorod 04:52 #5: Man Catcher 05:37 #4: Japanese Fire Balloon [aka Fu-Go] 06:31 #3, #2 & #1 ????

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