Gas Warfare

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Poison Gas as a Weapon in World War II

Predictions of Last-Ditch Use of Gas by Nazis

Poison gases are being manufactured and stored in quantity by all major belligerents. Ready for instant use, they constitute a weapon which could wreak havoc on civilian populations, as well as among military forces, once present restraints were thrown off and killing by gas became an accepted method of combat in World War II.

The ever-present possibility of surprise attack with ...

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