Flamethrower

World War 1

Flamethrower

A flamethrower spreads fire by launching burning fuel.
A flamethrower works by taking the form of lengthy tubes filled with burning solids ( such as coal or sulfur) and which were used in the same way same way as blow guns, by blowing into one end of the tube the solid material inside would be propelling towards the operators enemies. The flamethrower was used successfully in the war.
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