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Incendiary bombs and their characteristics
3 Larger fires
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1st Edition A.R.P. Handbook A.R.P. services Aid Parties Aid Posts air attack Air Raid Precautions Air Raid Wardens aircraft Anderson Shelter anti-dimming Anti-Gas Clothing anti-gas ointment antiseptic artificial respiration asphyxia Auxiliary Fire Service bleeding body breathing building casualty service personnel cause civil defence Civilian Duty Respirator Civilian Respirator coal gas container Control Centre debris Decontamination effects eyes facepiece fire floor fracture Gas Casualties gases ground H.E. bombs haversack helmet helper high explosive bomb improvised injury Insensible Person inside internal haemorrhage joint Length of Lecture Lewisite light incendiary bombs limb Lung Irritant material method Mustard gas normally organisation overhead protection patient penetrate Persistent Gas Personal Protection Phosgene prevent Protection against Gas Redhill Rescue Parties rubber sand scene of damage Secondary Shock secured Service Respirator shelter skin splint splinters and blast spray Stirrup Hand-pump thermite thigh Training treatment type of respirator vapour window worn