Explosives are used to break up rocks in Italy on 21 November 1944.
132.Photograph. '21 Nov. 44. 5/MM-44-30339. Fifth Army, South of Bologna, Italy. These 'Bee-Hive' charges as they are called by men of the 19th Engineers of the Fifth Army, are used to blast these heavy rocks into smaller pieces before being used. Here they are connected in series by the engineers. Army name for these 'bee hives' is (shaped charge-M-I.). Photo by Mason. 3131 Signal Service Co.' South of Bologna, Italy. 21 November 1944