Category:Shrapnel shell

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English: Shrapnel shells were a type of anti-personnel artillery shell of the 1800s and early 1900s which fired balls (bullets) forward out of the shell case near the end of its trajectory. Last used in World War I, and not to be confused with more modern high-explosive shells, which are based on a totally different principle and burst into fragments and splinters in all directions.
Shrapnel (es); metralla (ca); Schrapnell (de); ترکش (fa); Шрапнел (bg); Granatsplinter (da); Şarapnel (tr); 榴散弾 (ja); Granatkartesch (sv); רסס (he); Shrapnelo (io); Srapnelli (fi); Chrapnel (wa); Ŝrapnelo (eo); Šrapnel (cs); Shrapnel (it); Shrapnel (fr); Шрапнель (cv); Shrapnel (pt); Šrapnelis (lv); шрапнел (sr); Снаряд з готовими уражаючими елементами (uk); 榴霰彈 (zh); шрапнель (ru); Peluru Shrapnel (id); Szrapnel (pl); Šrapnell (et); Shrapnel (nl); Şrapnel (az); Шрапнель (kk); Šrapnel (hr); Šrapnel (sh); Shrapnel shell (en); șrapnel (ro); Μύδρος (el); 유산탄 (ko) вид артиллерийского снаряда (ru); tykin ammustyyppi (fi); Granate mit zerbrechlichem Kopf (de); tipo especial de munição de artilharia (pt); anti-personnel artillery shell which carried a large number of individual bullets (en); 是一顆裝有大量的彈丸,並且在接近目標時噴射出來以延著砲彈軌跡分別打擊目標的反人員砲彈 (zh); סוג של תחמושת נגד אדם (he); granaat gevuld met kogels (nl) Obús metrallero, Obus metrallero (es); 榴霰弾 (ja); Schrapnellfeuer, Granatkartätsche, Hohlbläser, Shrapnell (de); Shrapnel (da); Obus Shrapnel, Obus à balles de plomb, Obus à balles, Schrapnels, Shrapnell (fr); Kartets, Schrapnel (nl)
Shrapnel shell 
anti-personnel artillery shell which carried a large number of individual bullets
Sectioned British 18-pounder shrapnel round photograph.jpg
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