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I was just browsing, and came across this.




It's interesting(ish) to learn the finer points about making cordite, but wouldn't you just love to be a member of the "Explosives Committee"?


Dirty job but somebody's got to do it.....good.gif


(Piccy is a WW1 British 18 pounder field gun shrapnel round BTW).


Edited by Flyby PC

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Can you imagine, that still today over 30 tons of unexploded ammo is gathered

every year from Flanders' fields; 92 years after the end of the war?

The farmers deposit shells and granades they find at the nearest country road,

where the army specialists collect them.



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