Structure and Destruction Power of Cylinder Shaped Steel - Pellet Bombs
21.25 in HIGH x 15.25 in WIDE
(53.97 cm HIGH x 38.73 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom edge right has: "Commision for Investigation of the US imperialists' war crimes / in Viet Nam" and "5-1969". As well as text in French and Vietnamese.

Poster has various diagrams and drawings bombs and bomb parts overall. The top left corner has a stylized drawing of an aircraft. The poster describes in some detail the structure and destruction power of cylinder shaped steel - pellet bombs. The poster has text in three languages Vietnamese, English, and French. Every instance of text is organized so that Vietnamese is first, then English, and last French. From top to bottom the English text (which describes and labels the various diagrams and drawings) reads: "Structure Of A Launching Pad / A Launching pad section / Content: 19 containers in each pad: two empty containers E and R / are used as buffers, the 17 others contain 360 bobmlets with 86,400 - / 90,00 pellets in all / Structure Of A Bomblet / Length 2.50 - 2.80m 1 container: 18-25 bomblets / Position in container / Content 240 - 250 pellets / Diameter of each pellet / 6.33mm / bomblet wing / pellet / detonator / percussion caps / form when released / from Launching pad / Section of a cylinder- / shaped bomb / Destruction Power / Destruction radius: 5 - 10m / Average density of bomblets / 1 in every 3 -5m".
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