"Remember that the people that hid Anne Frank were breaking the law and the people that took her to the camps were enforcing it."
"Next ,please." Ka-Boom!!!
The local blacksmiths son tried that with a clip of bullets for a Lee Enfield during WW2 he blew off three fingers.As an aside these ladies of the WW1 era were prone to collapsing because of the chemicals used in the shells, it kicked their metabolisms into high gear and they overheated. They thought about using it as a weight loss drug back in the 1980's.Also something like the above did happen in real life...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAF_Fauld_Explosion
KnottedProp, wow, that's quite the earth shattering kaboom.
This one doesn't do anything for me. What's the original context?If it's anywhere near as dangerous as it looks those women deserve a medal for showing up at work each morning.
My grandmother did this in World War 2. Staking fuses on artillery shells. She said that the girl doing the job before her got vaporized. I believe this was at the Rock Island Arsenal, not sure though.
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