INCENDIARY BOMB. DEMONSTRATIONS AT THE WELLINGTON FIRE STATION

INCENDIARY BOMB. DEMONSTRATIONS AT THE WELLINGTON FIRE STATION

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This item is a video clip. It was created by an unknown creator on or around the date 1942.

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Title. Man holds British made incendiary bomb on the roof of a building in downtown Wellington. Commentary explains the workings of the device and what to do with one if it comes through the roof. Shows the bomb in action setting fire to a house. Intertitle: “A stream of water from a hose or bucket pump is the best means of extinguishing incendiary bombs.” Demonstration by a girl in school uniform putting out the device. “If a hose is not available use bucket of water.” The girl puts it out w...


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