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Bombs and Bombing A Handbook to Detection, Disposal, and Investigation for Police and Fire Departments by Thomas Graham Brodie

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Published by Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd .
Written in English


  • Handbooks & Manuals,
  • Bomb reconnaissance,
  • Bombs,
  • Explosives,
  • Reference

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Open LibraryOL10175496M
ISBN 100398022453
ISBN 109780398022457

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