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    Cool Jon9569

    Good morning,

    I am doing some research on German Buoyant Sea Mines, the GY, GR and GZ.
    The mechanism plate has A & E on it depending on which way to function the mine. What does the A & E mean?

    Many thanks

    Jon

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    Good morning Jon,

    A&E stands for Aus/Ein in German. Off/On in English

    Jack
    Any live or reovered ordnance shown in my posts has been dealt with by trained EOD personnel

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