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British bombs and fuses

Article about: by Whitehunter The link seems to be broken Yeah, due to this remark I found in the index of documents....... British Bombs and Fuzes, 1944, is a catalog of British, bombs, fuzes, rockets, de

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    Quote by Whitehunter View Post
    The link seems to be broken
    Yeah, due to this remark I found in the index of documents.......

    British Bombs and Fuzes, 1944, is a catalog of British, bombs, fuzes, rockets, demolition charges, etc. from WW II. This document was removed from the web site in Mar 2010 at the request of the USN for classification review.

    I did get a copy of it if you need one John.

    And Ade, that link is really good and I hadn't spotted it before

    Have a look here as well. There is some very interesting stuff in here

    Navy Documents

    Cheers

    Steve T

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    Fantastic thread Steve,
    What a wealth of information.
    Many thanks,
    Guy.

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    Here's another good site:- CANNON, MACHINE GUNS AND AMMUNITION

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    Excellent. They put it back up It had been removed for quite a while......glad it's back

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    Hang on......that isn't the same one ! The original link to bombs and fuzes still doesn't work

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    I repaired the bad link three years ago now and it did work back then.

    However, the site now appears to have been taken down.

    But all is not lost. By using the way back machine, I have brought it back:

    Ammunition and Ordnance Treatise
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    Weird. That isn't the original one Ade.....this is......

    Navy Documents

    The one you've posted is great as well though !

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    Sorry Steve, thought you were talking about the one in post 6. But good that all is now in order.
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    No probs Glad you posted it as I didn't have a lot of those pics........just getting them now before the site disappears for good !!

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    Thanks for sharing

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