But the Allies have their own "miracle weapons" too. It would be interesting to list them, and compare to the German weapons: miracle weapons against Wunderwaffen.
Lets try a few examples:
The Vollum Strain of the anthrax bacterium: nasty but reliable, getting more and more virulent as it spread. Supposedly in 1944 Churchill approved a proposal to order 500,000 anthrax bombs from the United States.
True or false?Six German cities were provisionally selected as targets: Aachen, Wilhelmshaven, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Berlin. They were all to be attacked in a single day by a force of 2,700 heavy bombers carrying over 40,000 cluster bombs. Twelve cluster bombs to the square mile; 1,273 anthrax bomblets in that square mile. An almost total saturation of bacteria. The cities would have become a wasteland. According to the scientists' report 50% of the inhabitants might be killed by inhalation, many more might die through contamination of the skin. This would have meant a death toll of around three million people.
Republic-Ford JB-2: a copy of V-1, over 1000 produced. Not bad for bombing, especially that their aiming could have been corrected by spotter planes.
T-54 main battle tank: despite its name the first prototype was ready at the end of 1945, and was mass produced since 1946. With its 100 mm gun was vastly better than anything available at that time.
Convair B-36 Peacemaker: first true intercontinental bomber, unveiled on 20 August 1945, flew for the first time on 8 August 1946.
AN/APQ-7 radar bombsight: thanks to its phased array antenna, provided a map-like image of the ground up to 170 miles in front of a bomber, used over Japan.