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German Projectiles - 75mm Projectiles
German Projectiles H.E. Projectile Type 34, 75mm German Designation: Sprgr. Patr. KwK (34) (Sprenggranate Patrone Kampfwagenkanone 34) Employment: 7.5cm KwK (Kampfwagenkanone)                  7.5cm Stu.G. (Sturm Geschutz)                                  7...

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German Projectiles - 47mm to 50mm Projectiles
German Projectiles H.E. Projectile Type 36 (Czech Design), 47mm German Designation: 4.7cm Sprgr. Patr. 36 (t) (Sprenggranate Patronen 36 (t) ) Employment: 4.7cm Pak. (t) (Panzerabwehrkanone (t) )          4.7cm K 36 (t)   (Kanone 36 (t) ) Dimensions Overall...

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German Projectiles - 37mm to 42.48mm Projectiles
German Projectiles H.E.T. Projectile for Naval Gun C/30, 37mm German Designation: 3.7cm Sprgr. L'spur (Sprenggranate Leuchtspur) Employment: 3.7cm Naval C/30 Dimensions Overall length (complete round): 20 inches Total weight (complete round): 4.5 pounds Fuz...

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German Projectiles - 7.92mm to 30mm Projectiles
German Projectiles German Projectiles German Cartridges, S.A.A., 7.92mm   German 13mm Solothurn German 15mm Mauser German 20mm Mauser & Oerlikon Ammunition H.E Projectile for Tapered Bore Gun, 28.2mm German Designation: Sprgr. Patr. Pz. B41 (Sprenggranate P...

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German Projectiles - Introduction and Colour and Markings System
German Projectiles Introduction to German Artillery Projectiles Classes of German Artillery Ammunition Class #1 : (Fixed Ammunition) Ammunition, the complete round of which, can be loaded into the weapon in one operation.  The cartridge case, containing a p...

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British Explosive Ordnance - Army and Navy Demolition Stores
British Explosive Ordnance Firing Devices and Demolition Stores General British firing devices, referred to as switches, are used to initiate booby traps or, in some cases, demolition charges.  Switches generally operate by pull, pressure, release of pressu...

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British Explosive Ordnance - Anti-Tank and Anti-Personnel Mines
British Explosive Ordnance Land Mines Introduction General British mine warfare policy is nearly identical to American policy in all major respects.  The British employ anti-tank and anti-personnel mines according to the demands of the situation.  The avail...

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British Explosive Ordnance - Smoke, Illuminating, and Incendiary Grenades
British Explosive Ordnance Smoke, Illuminating, and Incendiary Grenades Smoke Hand Grenade, W.P., No.77 Mks I and II (Service) Overall length: 4.65 inches Diameter: 2.3 inches Total weight: 13.5 ounces Filling: White Phosphorus Filling weight: 8 ounces Fuzi...

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British Explosive Ordnance - Hand, Rifle, and Anti-Tank Grenades
British Explosive Ordnance Hand and Rifle Grenades Introduction General The various types of grenades used by the British are the anti-personnel, anti-tank, smoke, illuminating, and incendiary grenades.  The individual grenades are generally hand thrown, ri...

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British Explosive Ordnance - Rocket Flares, Wire-Barrage and Pyrotechnic Rockets
British Explosive Ordnance   Rocket Flares Introduction This chapter is concerned with rocket assemblies which carry an illuminating candle.  A parachute may suspend the flare candle for purposes of illumination after ejection, as in the case of the 2-inch ...
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