b. Subject to the provisions of paragraph (d), influence mines are defined as naval mines which can be exploded automatically by influences which emanate solely from external sources, including influence mines developed in the recent war and subsequent modifications thereof.
c. Parts, devices or assemblies specially designed for use in or with the weapons referred to in paragraphs (a) and (b) shall be deemed to be included in this definition.
d. Proximity fuses, and short-range guided missiles for anti-aircraft defence with the following maximum characteristics are regarded as excluded from this definition:
Length, 2 metres;
Diameter, 30 centimetres;
Speed, 660 metres per second;
Ground range, 32 kilometres;
Weight of war-head, 22.5 kilogrammes.
V. Warships, with the exception of smaller ships for defence purposes
"Warships, with the exception of smaller ships for defence purposes are:
(a) Warships of more than 3,000 tons displacement;
(b) Submarines of more than 350 tons displacement;
(c) All warships which are driven by means other than steam, Diesel or petrol engines or by gas turbines or by jet engines."
VI. Bomber aircraft for strategic purposes
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Source: Protocol No. III (and Annexes) on the Control of Armaments (October 23, 1954), American Foreign Policy, 1950-1955. Basic Documents, vol. 1. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1957; also reprinted in John A. Reed, Jr., Germany and NATO. Washington, DC, 1987, pp. 222-27.