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Saperskie Publishing House conducts activities related to the development and publishing of specialist studies in the field of non-military threats, mainly related to post-war and post-military remnants, professional training for adults and adolescents in dealing with threat situations, preparing expertise related to threats, checking the area for post-war remnants and post-military professional consultancy.

RELEASED SERIES

  1. Collection of legal acts.
    Together with Annex, it is a specific form of the Instruction intended for a wide range of people dealing with security issues, especially their neutralization related to unexploded ammunition ordnance. It contains all the data on security rules, rules of conduct during finding, protecting, neutralizing the post-war and post-military remnants, legal bases related to the operation of specialized subunits of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland, Police units, Border Guard, local government units, business entities dealing in purification area.
  1. Catalogue of Hand Grenades
    It contains description, purpose, type, version, drawings, photos and sections of most grenades produced and used in war conflicts since 1900 to the present. It is intended for training in the identification of hand grenades, technical data as well as during work associated with the neutralization of their unexploded ordnance.
  1. Catalogue of Mines and barrages items used in the Polish Army since 1944.
    It was designed for professionals – sappers. It includes sapper loads, enthusiasm, explosive caps, ignitions, anti-personnel mines, anti-tank, sea and river, special, used in the Polish Army since 1944 to the present. It is intended for training and identification of the existing barrages and explosions in the Polish Armed Forces.
  1. Catalogue of Antipersonnel Land Mines, Part 1.
    It contains characteristics, technical data, drawings, photos, sections of anti-personnel mines (AP) produced and used in armed conflicts since 1900 to the present. An integral part of this is the prepared Catalogue of Land Antipersonnel mines, part 2.
  1. Catalogue of Anti-Tank Land Mines, part 1.
    It contains characteristics, technical data, drawings, photos, sections of anti-tank (AT) mines produced and used in armed conflicts since 1900 to the present. An integral part of it is the prepared Catalogue of Anti-tank landmines, part 2.
  1. Catalogue of Sapper charges and artillery ammunition of the former Warsaw Pact (former USSR) until 1956.
    It contains characteristics, technical data, drawings, photos, sections of the sapper’s ammunition, mortar grenades, rocket-propelled grenades, grenades and artillery shells used by the former USSR and the former Warsaw Pact until 1956 (including the 1939-1945 war period).
  1. Catalogue of Artillery ammunition of the former USSR (states of the former Warsaw Pact) after 1956.
    It contains characteristics, technical data, drawings, photos, sections of mortar grenades, grenades and artillery shells used by the former USSR after 1956 (used in some countries to this day).
  1. Catalogue of Rocket ammunition (USSR, Russian Federation).
    It contains characteristics, technical data, drawings, photos, sections of rocket-powered ammunition, ranging from anti-tank grenades to tactical operational and strategic missiles.
  1. Catalogue of German mines and sapper loads until 1945.
    It contains characteristics, technical data, drawings, photos, cross-sections of sapper munitions used by the German army from 1930 to the end of World War II. It includes the studies of mines, sapper charges and fuses.
  1. Catalogue of Mortar and artillery grenades Germany until 1945.
    It contains characteristics, technical data, drawings, photos, sections of mortar grenades, grenades and artillery shells, missile propelled missiles, aerial bombs used by the German army from 1914 to the end of World War II.
  1. Catalogue of Fuses for aerial bombs. Shotgun ammunition of German, Russian production until 1989.
    It contains the characteristics, technical data, drawings, photos, sections of basic fuses for aerial bombs and data on small arms and small-bore ammunition.
  1. Catalogue of uses for mortar and artillery grenades – Germany until 1945.
    It contains characteristics, technical data, drawings, photos, sections of basic types and types of fuses for mortar and artillery grenades used by the German army from 1930 to the end of World War II.
  1. Catalogue of Aerial bombs – Poland until 1939. Marine mines used in the Baltic Sea until 1945.
    It contains characteristics, technical data, drawings, photos, sections of basic types and types of air bombs produced by Poland until 1939 and most types of torpedoes and sea mines used in the Baltic Sea until 1945.
  1. Appendix to the Catalogues World Mines. Some types of anti-tank, anti-personnel, special, lighting and production fuses produced by Russia (USSR) and the countries of the former Warsaw Pact.
    It includes technical data, drawings, diagrams, etc. of mines produced and used by Russia (USSR) and the countries of the former Warsaw Pact within territory of Poland until 2008. The appendix contains basic data on the shooting ammunition between 1945 -2008.
  1. Appendix of Basic types of unexploded ammunition ordnance most frequently found in Warsaw and surrounding areas.
    It contains technical data, drawings, diagrams of the most frequently found unexploded ordnance ammunition altogether with a table of preliminary reconnaissance and the rules of conduct in the situation of finding a dangerous object.

# 1 Hand grenades

Description and characteristics of grenades used in war conflicts since 1900 to the present.

# 2 Toxic Industrial Products

Terms, tables, data and explanations of meanings used in determining features of toxic industrial products.

# 3 Collection of legal acts

Safety rules, proceedings during finding, protection, neutralization of live ammunition.

Saperskie Publishing House constantly works on valid existing legal acts regarding site inspection, application of appropriate safety regulations. The developed Catalogues of live ammunition contain data of the majority of produced and used types of live ammunition, i.e. anti-tank, anti-personnel and mortar mines, grenades and artillery shells, sapper ammunition, aerial bombs and many other kinds of weapons.

PLANNED SERIES

  1. Catalogue of Live ammunition. Anti-tank mines vol. 2 contains characteristics, technical data, drawings, photos, cross-sections of anti-tank (AT) mines produced and used in armed conflicts from 1900 to present and not included in Vol. 1, mainly anti-tank mines, mainly from South America, Central America, Middle East, Africa and Asia. The existing Catalogue of Anti-tank landmines vol. 1 is an integral part to this item.
  2. Catalogue of Live ammunition. Anti-personnel Mines vol. 2 contains characteristics, technical data, drawings, photos, sections of anti-personnel mines (AP) produced and used in war conflicts from 1900 to the present. The existing Catalogue of Anti-personnel landmines vol. 1 is an integral part to this item.
  3. Catalogue of Artillery shells and grenades not implemented for mass production. Germany until 1945. Designations and descriptions. This is a Catalogue intended mainly for specialized subunits of the Polish Armed Forces (Minor Patrols and EOD Groups) as well as miners – pyrotechnic teams of the Police. It contains descriptions of artillery and mortar grenades together with their German production specification, which were not mass-produced, and are found in Poland and Europe (as the so-called abandoned ammunition).
  4. Catalogue of Live ammunition. US and other countries used in 1940 -2010 during armed conflicts  – vol. 1 and vol. 2 which contains the basic live ammunition (including artillery and mortar grenades, rocket ammunition, aerial bombs) used in all areas of combat operations (including Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Iraq, Afghanistan).
  5. Catalogue of Live ammunition. Catechism of the sapper. A set of tips on how to behave in an area threatened by explosions and how to handle it. Avoiding ambushes and attacks. This is a study designed for all people who stay in areas of the former or ongoing combat operations. It contains basic tips on how to avoid the danger of entering areas endangered by unexploded ammunition, instructions on what elements indicate the existence of a hazard, etc.
  6. Catalogue of Live ammunition. AID, firearms, home guns, homemades (Improvised Explosive Devices). In information sources (the Internet) there are many illustrative materials on the subject along with the effects of explosions. This study attempts to characterise improvised explosive constructions or improvised other devices encountered by soldiers in stabilisation missions or police operators in their dangerous work at removing this type of toys from our peaceful, everyday existence. The material was collected from various sources, both available in online systems, from own experiences, from soldiers who participated in the stabilisation missions in Iraq and Afghanistan, to the EOD in force in the American, German, Russian, Czech and Slovak armies. This Catalogue will only be made available to officers – specialists from services dealing with IED neutralization. It will not be possible to buy it by persons and institutions that do not take part in their full-time job with neutralization of IEDs. For these entities, a short guide is available in which the information is provided, what characteristic features indicate the possibility of using the IED or other dangerous device along with the basic, recommended rules of conduct in this type of events.
  7. Catalogue of Live ammunition. The lexicon in which includes data on the properties of the explosives. Formulas for calculations. Ballistics of the explosion (danger zones). Tips.
  8. Catalogue of Catalogue of chemicals -TST. Study of six albums (parts); – data in volumes I, II, III.

# 1 Anti-personnel land mine vol. 2

Characteristics of mines used from 1900 to the present.

# 2 Ammunition for US and other countries

Basic live ammunition used in areas of combat operations.

# 3 Catechism of the sapper

Tips, tips for behaviour in areas threatened by explosions.

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