Named after a large, two-edged Scottish sword, the Claymore

Grupp, Larry
June 1996
Military History;Jun96, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p17
Focuses on the Claymore mine. Information on the phenomenon known as the Misznay-Schardin effect; Development of shaped charges before and after World War II; United States military requirements for the mines; Utilization of mines by the Americans in the Vietnam War.


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