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Description The various stages of a German en:S-mine detonating
  • 1. Smaller propelling charge explodes, sending the mine into the air 3 to 5 feet.
  • 2. Larger main charge explodes.
  • 3. Metal shrapnel sprays the surrounding area along a horizontal angle.
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