Mine types Crimean Confederate horn magnetic WWI WWII modern Bushnells 1810 via ONI 223 May 1944

Russian naval mines of the 1904 era were not that much more advanced than the black powder Jacobi mines
of the Crimean War, a design that predated Farragut’s damnation in the Civil War. The Russo-Japanese war experience led the Russkis to develop the M08 mine shortly after, one that is still used extensively today.

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