I read an urban legend about an German airfield, and I was wondering if there was any truth to this: The story goes that in the later part of the war, Germany had constructed an airfield (In Denmark, I believe) where everything was made of wood. The hangars, runways, anti-air guns, and every little thing were wooden, and looked completely like an airfield from the air. They did this to hope to attract and fool Allied bombers. Soon after finishing, a lone Allied bomber crossed the channel, circled around the airfield a few times, and dropped a lone wooden bomb. The problem I see with this story is that it says one bomber dropped one "bomb." That sounds like an odd risk of resources, surely not worth as much as giving them their comeuppance, right? So, any truth to this legend?