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Tripod anti-tank lunge mine, used by Hanoi's death-vow soldiers to attack French tanks in the early days of the National Resistance, December 1946.

Tripod anti-tank lunge mine, used by Hanoi's death-vow soldiers to attack French tanks in the early days of the National Resistance, December 1946.

The device has a cone-shaped head, a concave bottom and three detonator prongs. Made of iron, the interior was packed with explosive, and attached to the external detonators. The weapon is 27cm long; the base is 21 cm in diameter; and the prongs are 12cm in length. The head is attached to a metal cylinder securing the shank. The mine was produced by the Vietnam Armaments Factory in 1946.


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