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British Mines and charges

Antipersonnel mines <1945 :

A/P Mine Mk1 and Mk2   A/P Mine No3   A/P Mine EP No4  
A/P Mine No5   Improvised mine typeI   Improvised mine typeII 
No. 75 Hawkins Mine      
     


Antitank mines <1945 :

A/Tk Mine EP Mk1   A/Tk Mine EP Mk2   A/Tk Mine GS Mk2  
A/Tk Mine GS Mk3   A/Tk Mine GS Mk4   A/Tk Mine EP Mk5  
A/Tk Mine GS Mk5   A/Tk Mine EP Mk6   Practice A/T Wood  
     


WW2 Mine awareness :

British S-Mine practice variation

OSS and SOE material WW2 :

Mine Anti-Tyre   Limpet mine   Rigid Limpet  
Clam mine   Concealed charges.    


Charges and Pyrotechnics

Safety fuse

Detonators

Cordtex

Primers

Nobel's explosive No.808

Plastic Explosive No.2

Slab demolition CE/TNT Mk.1

Field Charge, 1Lb

Beehive charge

Hayrick charge, 14Lb

Stock charge 5-7oz

Arched charge

Bangalore Torpedo

Naval charges

Flare, trip (bakelite)



Post-WW2 mines :

apers No6 "carrot"

Mk7 Antitank

apers Drill C3 "elsie"

apers Practice C4 "elsie"

CLAYMORE laser-training mine

HB 876

HB 876 surveillance



Army explosive charges :

Explosive :  Type :   Weight :  Length :  Diameter :  Width :  Height :  Explosive :  Explosive weight :  Wrapper : 
Gelignite  cartridge                 
Gelignite   cartridge                 
"808"   cartridge                 
"808" plastic   cartridge                 
plastic H.E.   cartridge                 
Ammonal  cartridge                 
plastic H.E.  cartridge                 
wet guncotton  slab                 
C.E./TNT Mk's I and II  slab                 
TNT MkI  slab                 
Ammonal  block                 
Ammonal  block                 


British hand- and riflegrenades can be found HERE.