Published October 6, 1994
by Gem Guides Book Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
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Death Traps to Treasure: Spanish and Mexican Mine Traps, Warning Signs and Symbols by Charles A. Kenworthy () out of 5 stars 8. Paperback. $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Spanish Monuments and Trailmarkers to Treasure in the United States Charles A. Kenworthy. out Reviews: Death Traps is an unusual book. It is written in the style of a memoir, but it also presents itself as a history of the 3rd Armored Division, the unit in which Cooper served as an ordnance Lieutenant. The main theme of the book is that M4 Sherman was, as the title implies, a “death trap” to the men that operated them. It read Death Traps to Treasure, Spanish and Mexican Mine Traps, Warning Signs and Symbols. I grasped the glossy cover and flipped through the pages. I did not notice much, if any, similarity with Emmett’s map other than three crosses on an arc which apparently were intended to be a warning sign of death traps, but the crosses were on an. Death Traps, by Belton Cooper. It keeps coming up in forum threads as people keep citing it, so I figured I may as well make my position clear in a more formal manner. The book, commonly found, is well-written, an easy read, and provides good insight as to the thinkings and workings of a junior grade Ordnance officer in a field unit.
Death Traps to Treasure: Spanish and Mexican Mine Traps, Warning Signs and Symbols avg rating — 9 ratings — published — 2 editions4/5(2). rehuntersuniver also there is a decent book on them but it's getting hard to find it lately, 'Death Traps to Treasure' by Charles Kenworthy, it is out of print now but you might do a Google search for it and find one. No all stashes have a death trap but it's best to recognize one if it's there. Death Traps: The Survival of an American Armored Division in World War II is a memoir by Belton Y. Cooper. The book relates Cooper's experiences during World War II and puts forth an argument against the US Army's use of the M4 Sherman tank during the war. I own all 3 book of Charles A Kentworthy and by far the death trap book is the final puzzle to finding treasure. This book is great for getting to know how death traps were set by the Spanish & Mexicans and when your close.5/5.