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Transportation of Cordite

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french47

   
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Has anyone any information on the movement of Munitions by Thames sailing barges, I am thinking about HM Cordite Factory in Cliffe. In the Thames estuary.
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MichaelNorman

   
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The cordite post is about explosives and it discusses the Explosives. Take after the connection to Explosive, read Chemical explosives and it expresses that there are two sorts of explosions: Deflagration and Detonation that is the thing that what encyclopedias are for, do my dissertation for me they clarify words! Cordite does not specify explosion, you appear to made a connection amongst cordite and explosions.  

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brucebrennan

   
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Has each person any statistics at the motion of Munitions by way of Thames crusing barges,Dissertation Writing i am considering HM Cordite factory in Cliffe. within the Thames estuary.  

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