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Abstract

On the most part of Brandenburgland during the Second World war some battle collisions passed. As the result on battle fields a lot of different ammunitionfrom shellsplintersof grenades and mines up to non burst airbombshave remained.On the other hand Brandenburg land develops widely coal industry. As is known in south part of Brandenburgland there are some open mines for coal production.The presence of huge amountof ammunition'srests convertsa developmentof new coal deposits to very difficult anddangerousbusiness.

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1998-09-14
2020-04-06
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