The case in Ukraine of the British depleted uranium shells

an eco-responsible commitment : not yet used on the battlefield, they are already irradiating Europe

On March 22, 2023, the Daily Mail explains to its readers what are the DU armor piercing rounds

As a reminder, during the invasion of Iraq in 2003, Anglo-Saxon troops shot between 1,000 and 2,000 tonnes of depleted uranium (DU) munitions. Their debris are chemically and radiologically toxic for their users and later, for the population of the former battlefield.

  • March 20, 2023

Annabel Goldie is Minister of State for Defense, a subordinate of defense minister Ben Wallace. She answers a question on the site of the parliament and confirms that the UK will deliver to Ukraine depleted uranium armor piercing (DUAP) rounds with the Challenger tanks

  • March 27, 2023

The Ukrainian defense ministry publishes a photo where minister Oleksii Reznikov stands in front of armored vehicles. The tank in the center is a British Challenger 2

  • May 13, 2023

In Khmelnytskyi, western Ukraine, about 325 km southwest of Kiev, Russian cruise missiles or/and drones destroy an ammunition depot. Secondary explosions and blaze are tremendous. At 4:52 am, local time, the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) records 3.4 magnitude shocks northwest of the city

(CCTV screenshot, despite the Ukrainian censorship)

When will we finally stop putting all the eggs in one basket ?

comments Yuri Kasyanov, a former Ukrainian official. The targeted facility was concealing a huge amount of ammunition and high-tech military equipment from NATO countries.

  • May 14, 2023

The day after, the firefighters are still using robots to extinguish the destroyed ammunition depot

(Social networks, despite the Ukrainian censorship)

The European radioactivity monitoring is clearly showing a rise of gamma dose rate in Khmelnytskyi since May 12

If Russia had used nuclear ammunition, the radiation would have started rising on May 13, not on May 12. Ukrainian journalist and member of Svoboda [liberty], a Nazi political party, Ihor Mosiychuk sounds the alarm, advises to take children away from the epicenters of the explosions.

A dirty bomb is combining radioactive material with conventional explosive, in order to disperse the former. Through the stockpile in Khmelnytskyi of British DUAP rounds, Ukraine has likely and unintentionally made its own dirty bomb.

  • May 16, 2023

During the previous days In Lublin, southeastern Poland, the winds were mostly from southeast


Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (UMCS) has detected a unusual spike, an abnormal fluctuation in the level of bismuth (Bi) in the previous night


A cloud has crossed the region. Lublin is about 375 km northwest of Khmelnytskyi. Bismuth may be a decay of uranium.

The Polish authorities and Western media are attempting to censor these information.

  • May 17, 2023

The European commission measures that in Khmelnytskyi, the gamma dose rate remains abnormally high


4 responses to “The case in Ukraine of the British depleted uranium shells”

  1. It’s time to erase this terrarium – the island of England from the map of the world. The British are accustomed to living off theft.

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