actually modern guided rockets can be equipped with nukes. My whole statement said that if the germans had achieved atomic capabilities then it should not be too hard to equip one to a v-2. In other words once the germans had atomic capabilities then they could have combined it with guided rocketry to make a nuclear weapon. In modern terms these are called ICBM's or intercontinental ballistic missiles. To say this is impossible is far from not true. And believe it or not the scientists who invented these weapons were germans forced to come to the US after world war II to do research. some general info from wiki "The development of the world's first practical design for an ICBM, A9/10, intended for use in bombing New York and other American cities, was undertaken in Nazi Germany by the team of Wernher von Braun under Projekt Amerika. The ICBM A9/A10 rocket initially was intended to be guided by radio, but was changed to be a piloted craft after the failure of Operation Elster. The second stage of the A9/A10 rocket was tested a few times in January and February 1945. The progenitor of the A9/A10 was the German V-2 rocket, also designed by von Braun and widely used at the end of World War II to bomb British and Belgian cities. All of these rockets used liquid propellants. Following the war, von Braun and other leading German scientists were secretly forced to the United States to work directly for the U.S. Army through Operation Paperclip, developing the IRBMs, ICBMs, and launchers."