(Received 12 October 1993; accepted 14 December 1993)
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In July 1992, ten bottles containing explosives were unearthed on a farm. The explosives were found to be a chlorate/dinitro-toluene mixture similar to a type used in World War 1. The bottles were found to date from circa 1920. The explosive cache was probably in the ditch for more than 70 years.
Forensic Scientist, Chemistry Section, Dublin Forensic Science Laboratory, Dublin 8,
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