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1 British Army - War Office Booby Traps. Field Engineering and Mine Warfare, Pamphlet No. 7.
War Office, London, 1952, 
(War Office). Booby Traps. Field Engineering and Mine Warfare, Pamphlet No.7. [London] : War Office, 1952. Pp iii-v,(1),1-75,(1). Illustrated. Small 8vo, illustrated blue stapled 3-hole-punched card covers. Contents : Chapter 1 General Considerations. 1. The aim and how it can be attained,. 2. Booby traps in operations. 3. Responsibilities of all arms. Chapter 2 Individual Mechanisms. 4. General. 5. Standard British equipment. 6. Switch No. 4, Pull, Mark 1. 7. Switch No. 5, Pressure, Mark 1. 8. Switch No. 6, Release, Mark 1. 9. Switch No. 9, L Delay, Mark 1. 10. Switch (anti-lift) No. 12, Mark 1. 11. The Clam. 12. The Limpet, Mark 3. Chapter 3 Detection and Clearance. 13. Introduction. 14. Where to look and what to look for. 15. Neutralizing and disarming. 16. Organization for searching and clearance. 17.General rules. Chapter 4 Laying and Recording. 18. Planning. 19. The des ign and construction of traps. 20. Some typical booby traps. 21. Procedure for setting traps. 22. Recording. Appendices. Spine and edges browned, penned name, circular inkstamp, else good, with corrections scotch-taped to page 17. 40.00

Price: 40.00 CDN
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2 British War Office Notes on Nuclear Warfare for Medical Officers. Restricted. WO Code No. 11934.
War Office, London, 1957, 
(War Office). Notes on Nuclear Warfare for Medical Officers. Restricted. WOCode No. 11934. [London] : War Office, 1957. Pp i-ii,[1]-52,(2). Illustrat ed. 8vo, brown printed card covers, bound with twine. Contents : 1. Description of effects of nuclear weapons. 2. Injuries due to blast. 3. Thermal effects of nuclear weapons. 4. Ionizing radiation injuries. 5. Prevention of radiation injuries. 6. Radiac instruments. 7. Casualty estimation and the use of the ready reckoner. 8. Training and planning. 9. Psychological problems in nuclear warfare. 10. Treatment of the individual casualty. Browned, smudged and creased covers, name, inkstamp, else very good, with replacementtable to page 13 pasted on. Scarce. 75.00

Price: 75.00 CDN
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