Structure and Destruction Power of Round-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 text and drawings / diagrams. Each instance of text is in three languages: Vietnamese, English, and French in that order. The top edge of the poster has: "Structure And Destruction Power Of Round-Shaped Steel-Pellet Bombs". Below the poster has three drawings or diagrams accompanied by text. First is a sectional view of a bomb unit in two halves one full of bomblets with the text: "Cluster Bomb Unit / 2.10m / Content: 550 - 640 bomblets with a total of / 154.000 - 192.000 pellets.". Second is several views of bomblet as well as pellets, with the text: "Bomblet / Round - shaped bomblet / Weight: 420g / Explosive: 100g / Steel-pellets: 280 - 300 units / Diameter of a pellet: 5.56mm". Third is a drawing of the corner of a room with damage to the walls and measurements to illustrate the destructive power of the bombs, with the text: "Destruction Power / Destruction Radius: 5 - 10m / Maximum Density: 4 bomblets / 1m2 / Average density: 1 bomblet in every 2 - 5m".
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