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  • new 2nd Separate Chemical Battalion (Yearbook), 1942. (No publication given.) Historical and pictorial review, Fort Bragg, NC, 1942. MAJ Robert W. Breaks, Commanding.
  • new 5th Chemical Smoke Battalion (Yearbook). Albert Love Enterprises: 1952. Historical and pictorial review, Fort Bragg, NC, 1952. MAJ C.L. George, Commanding. The battalion was comprised of the HHD, 84th, 85th, 86th Chemical Smoke Generator Companies, and the 24th Chemical Decontamination Company. Interesting book... white officers, black NCOs and soldiers.
  • new Aber, Joel, Benjamin, Jules, and Martin, Robin. Germ Warfare Research for Vietnam. Project SpiceRack on the Pennsylvania Campus. Philadelphia Committee to End the War in Vietnam: o/a 1966.
  • Addison, James Thayer. The Story of the First Gas Regiment. Houghton Mifflin: 1919.
  • Alibek, Ken; Handelman, Stephen. Biohazard. Random House: 1999.
  • Army Chemical Center Yearbook: 1956. Army & Navy Publishing Company: 1956. (Army Chemical Center and Chemical Corps Materiel Command, MG William M. Creasy, Chief Chemical Officer)
  • new Auld, S.J.M. Major. Gas and Flame: In Modern Warfare. George H. Doran Company: 1918.
  • Barenblatt, Daniel. A Plague Upon Humanity. Harper Collins: 2004.
  • Bridgman, Charles J. Introduction to the Physics of Nuclear Weapons Effects. DTRA: July 2001.
  • Brophy, Leo P.; Miles, Wyndham D.; Cochrane, Rexmond C. The Chemical Warfare Service: From Laboratory to Field. Office of the Chief of Military History: 1959.
  • Brophy, Leo P.; Fisher, George J.B, The Chemical Warfare Service: Organizing for War. Office of the Chief of Military History: 1959.
  • new Brown, Frederic J. Chemical Warfare: A Study in Restraints. Princeton University Press: 1968.
  • Bryden, John. Deadly Allies. McClelland & Stewart: 1989.
  • new Bundy, McGeorge. Danger and Survival: Choices About the Bomb in the First Fifty Years. Random House: 1988.
  • Burger, Marlene and Gould, Chandre. Secrets and Lies: Wouter Basson and South Africa's Chemical and Biological Warfare Programme. Zebra Press: 2002.
  • new Burrows, William E. and Windrem, Robert. Critical Mass. Simon and Schuster: 1994.
  • Butler, Richard. The Greatest Threat. Public Affairs: 2000.
  • Byrnes, Mark E., King, David A., and Philip M. Tierno, Jr. Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Terrorism. Emergency Response and Public Protection. Lewis Publishers: 2003.
  • Calder, Nigel. Nuclear Nightmares. Penguin Books: 1979.
  • Caldicott, Helen. Nuclear Madness: What Can You Do! Autumn Press: 1978.
  • new Caldicott, Helen. Missile Envy. Bantam: 1986.
  • Carey, Christopher T. US Chemical and Biological Defense Respirators. Schiffer Publishers: 1998.
  • Carrell, Jennifer Lee. The Speckled Monster: a Historical Tale of Battling Smallpox. Dutton: 2003.
  • Carter, G.B. Porton Down: 75 Years of CB Research. HMSO: 1992.
  • Chales, Daniel Master Mind: The Rise and Fall of Fritz Haber, the Nobel laureate who launched the age of chemical warfare. Harper Collins: 2005.
  • Chemical Warfare Service in World War II: A Report of Accomplishments. Chemical Corps Association. Reinhold Publishing: 1948. (The original manuscript was released to the public on 20 February 1948.)
  • Chizmar, Richard T. ed. The Earth Strikes Back. White Wolf Publishing: 1994.
  • Christie, N.M. Gas Attack! The Canadians at Ypres, 1915. CEF Books: 1998.
  • Clarke, Robin. We All Fall Down. The Prospect of Biological and Chemical Warfare. The Penguin Press: 1968.
  • Cobb, Allan B. Biological and Chemical Weapons. The Debate Over Modern Warfare. Rosen Publishing Group: 2000.
  • Cole, Leonard A. Clouds of Secrecy. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers: 1990.
  • Cole, Leonard A. The Eleventh Plague. W.H. Freeman and Company: 1997.
  • Conner, Churchill, Ewell, Heimsch, Kirner, Kistiakowsky, Lothrop, Noyes, and Stevenson. Noyes, W.A. (Editor) Chemistry: A History of the Chemical Components of the National Defense Research Committee 1940-1946. Science in World War II, Office of Scientific Research and Development. Little, Brown and Co: 1948.
  • Cookson, John; Nottingham, Judith. A Survey of Chemical and Biological Warfare. Monthly Review Press: 1969.
  • Croddy, Eric; Perez-Armendariz, Clarisa; Hart, John. Chemical and Biological Warfare. Copernicus Books: 2002.
  • Croddy, Eric. Chemical and Biological Warfare an Annotated Bibliography. Scarecrow Press: 1997.
  • Crone, Hugh D. Banning Chemical Weapons. Cambridge University Press: 1992.
  • Cunningham, Ann M and Fitzpatrick, Mariana. Future Fire: Weapons of the Apocalypse. Warner Books: 1983.
  • DeSutter, Paula A. Denial and Jeopardy: Deterring Iranian Use of NBC Weapons. National Defense University Press: 1997.
  • Deutsch, Robert W. Nuclear Power: A Rational Approach. GP Courseware: 1987.
  • Directorate for S.T.I. Soviet Chemical Weapons Threat. 1985.
  • Dougherty, James E. How to Think about Arms Control and Disarmament. Crane, Russak & Company: 1973.
  • Douglass, Joseph D. Jr.; Livingstone, Neil C. America the Vulnerable. Lexington Books: 1997.
  • Eddington, Patrick G. Gassed in the Gulf. Insignia: 1997.
  • new The Edgewood Arsenal. Volume 1, Number 5. March 1919. (Last Issue) Contains rosters, photos, company and battalion photos, etc.
  • Effects of Atomic Weapons. Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory: 1950.
  • Evans, Rob. Gassed: British Chemical Warfare Experiments on Humans at Porton Down. House of Stratus: 2000.
  • Farrow, Edward S. Gas Warfare. E.P. Dutton: 1920.
  • new Foulkes, C.H. Major-General. Gas! The Story of the Special Brigade. William Blackwood and Sons: 1934.
  • Freeman, Leslie J. Nuclear Witnesses. Norton: 1981.
  • Fries, Amos A.; West, Clarence J. Chemical Warfare. McGraw-Hill: 1921.
  • Garrett, Laurie. The Coming Plague. Farrar, Straus and Giroux: 1994.
  • Gas Warfare. Part I; German Methods of Offense. 1918.
  • Gasparini Alves, Pericles. The Interest of Nonpossessor Nations in the Draft Chemical Weapons Convention: A Brazilian Case Study. Vantage Press: 1990.
  • new German Chemical Warfare Materiel. Intelligence Division, Office of the Chief Chemical Warfare Officer, HQ, European Theater of Operations, US Army. (No publication date given. Circa 1945) Comprehensive review of German Chemical warfare related items including pictures and data sheets. Over 500 pages of information.
  • Gibrin, Le Capitaine and Simon, M. Louis. Album National L'Anti-Gaz. Charles-Lavauzelle & Co: 1933. (French)
  • Gilchrist, Harry L. (COL). A Comparative Study of World War Casualties from Gas and Other Weapons. Chemical Warfare School, Edgewood Arsenal: 1928.
  • Glasstone, Samuel ed. The Effects of Nuclear Weapons. US GPO, 1957. (hardcover)
  • Glasstone, Samuel ed.; Dolan, Philip J. ed. The Effects of Nuclear Weapons. 1977.
  • Goldstein, Donald M., Dillon, Katherine V., and Wenger, J. Michael. Rain of Ruin: A photographic History of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Brassey's: 1995.
  • Guillemin, Jeanne. Anthrax: The Investigation of a Deadly Outbreak. University of California Press: 1999.
  • Haar, Barend ter The Future of Biological Weapons. Praeger Publishers: 1991.
  • Harclerode, Peter. Warfare (Equinox). Macmillan: 2000.
  • Harris, Larry W. Bacteriological Warfare a Major Threat to North America. 1995.
  • Harris, Robert; Paxman, Jeremy. A Higher Form of Killing. Hill and Wang: 1982.
  • Harris, Sheldon H. Factories of Death. Routledge: 1994.
  • Haynes, Williams. The Chemical Front. Alfred A. Knopf: 1943.
  • Hecht, Selig. Explaining the Atom. Colonial Press Inc: 1947.
  • Hemsley, John. The Soviet Biochemical Threat to NATO: The Neglected Issue. St. Martin's Press: 1987.
  • Hersh, Seymour M. Chemical & Biological Warfare America’s Hidden Arsenal. Anchor Books: 1969.
  • Hersey, John. Hiroshima. Alfred A Knopf: 1946.
  • Hessel, F.A.; Martin, Wellford; Hessel, M.S. Chemistry in Warfare. Hasting House: 1940.
  • History Channel: Chemical Weapons. Art and Design: 1996.
  • Hogg, Ian V. Gas. Ballantine Books: 1975.
  • Home Security Air Raid Precautions Department. The Detection and Identification of War Gases. Chemical Publishing: 1940.
  • Hutchinson, Robert Weapons of Mass Destruction: The No-Nonsense Guide to Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Weapons Today. Weidenfeld and Nicolson: 2003.
  • Infield, Glenn B. Disaster at Bari. Ace Books: 1971.
  • Iran Photo Foundation. A Photo Report: The Chemical Massacre in Halabja by Iranian Photographers. 1988.
  • Ishikawa, Eisei; Swain, David L transl. Hiroshima and Nagasaki: the Physical, Medical, and Social Effects of the Atomic Bombings. Basic Books: 1981.
  • Jacobs, Morris B. War Gases. Interscience Publishers: 1942.
  • Kendall, James. Breathe Freely! The Truth about Poison Gas. D. Appleton-Century: 1938.
  • Kinttof, W. Experiments in Warfare Chemistry. Massie Publishing: 1939.
  • Kleber, Brooks E.; Birdsell, Dale. The Chemical Warfare Service: Chemicals in Combat. Office of the Chief of Military History: 1966.
  • Knorr, Klaus. Military Power and Potential. D.C. Health and Company: 1970.
  • Landau, Elaine. Chemical and Biological Warfare. Lodestar Books: 1991.
  • Langer, William L. Gas and Flames in World War. Alfred A. Knopf: 1965.
  • Ledgard, Jared. Preparatory Manual of Chemical Warfare Agents: a Laboratory Manual. Paranoid Publications: 2003.
  • Lefebure, Victor. The Riddle of the Rhine. The Chemical Foundations: 1923.
  • Levine, Arnold J. Viruses. Scientific American Library: 1992.
  • Liepmann, Heinz. Death from the Skies. Martin Secker & Warburg: 1937.
  • Liepmann, Hienz. Poison in the Air. JB Lippincott: 1937.
  • Lindsay, James M. Congress and Nuclear Weapons. The Johns Hopkins University Press: 1991.
  • Lynch, Mark. Can’t You Bastards Read? Everything You Never Wanted to Know About Nuclear Warfare. Orin Books: 1986.
  • Mangold, Tom; Goldberg, Jeff. Plague Wars. St. Martins Press: 1999.
  • new Margulova, T. Nuclear Power Stations. Mir Publishers: 1978.
  • Mauroni, Albert J. America's Struggle with Chemical-Biological Warfare. Praeger Publishers: 2000.
  • Mauroni, Albert J. Chemical-Biological Defense. Praeger Publishers: 1998.
  • Mauroni, Albert J. Chemical and Biological Warfare: A Reference Handbook. ABC-CLIO: 2003.
  • Mauroni, Albert J. Where are the WMDs? Naval Institute Press: 2006.
  • Mayor, Adrienne. Greek Fire, Poison Arrows, & Scorpion Bombs. Overlook Press: 2003.
  • McCarthy, Richard D. The Ultimate Folly: War by Pestilence, Asphyxiation, and Defoliation. Knopf: 1969.
  • McDermott, Jeanne. The Killing Winds The Menace of Biological Warfare. Arbor House: 1987.
  • Medical Manual of Chemical Warfare. Chemical Publishing Company: 1941.
  • Miller, Judith; Engelberg, Stephen, Broad, William. Biological Weapons and America’s Secret War Germs. Simon & Schuster: 2001.
  • new Mukhin, K.N. Experimental Nuclear Physics. Volume II: Elementary Particle Physics. Mir Publishers: 1987.
  • Murphy, Sean; Hay. Alastair; Rose, Steven. No Fire, No Thunder: The Threat of Chemical and Biological Weapons. Monthly Press: 1984.
  • new Nonmilitary Defense: Chemical and Biological Defenses in Perspective, Number 26 in the Advances in Chemistry Series, American Chemical Society. 1960.
  • Norris, John and Fowler, Will. NBC: Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare on the Modern Battlefield. Brassey's: 1997.
  • Osterholm, Michael T.; Schwartz, John. Living Terrors. Delacorte Press: 2000.
  • Palazzo, Albert. Seeking Victory on the Western Front. University of Nebraska Press: 2000.
  • Parker, John. The Killing Factory. Smith Gryphon Limited: 1996.
  • Peters, C.J.; Olshaker, Mark. Virus Hunter Thirty Years of Battling Hot Viruses Around The World. Double Day: 1997.
  • Peterson, D.J. Troubled Lands. Westview Press: 1993.
  • Prentiss, Augustin M. Chemicals in War. McGraw Hill: 1937. First edition! (Bought on e-bay for $26 + $6 S/H. My e-bay nemesis, cacfirstsergent, out-bidded me on the last one but let me have this one cheap. I'm still wondering if I could have won it for $9.95.)
  • Preston, Richard The Demon in the Freezer. Random House: 2002.
  • Price, Richard M. The Chemical Weapons Taboo. Cornell University Press: 1997.
  • Pringle, Laurence. Chemical and Biological Warfare the Cruelest Weapons. Enslow Publisher: 1993.
  • Project Coordination Staff. Technical Aspects of Chemical Warfare in the Field: Part I. 1946.
  • Regis, Ed. The Biology of Doom the History of America’s Secret Germ Warfare Project. Henry Hold and Company: 1999.
  • new Report of the Chemical Warfare Review Commission. Stoessel, Walter J., Chairman. GPO: 1985.
  • Rhodes, Richard. The Making of the Atomic Bomb. Simon & Shuster: 1986.
  • Richter, Donald. Chemical Soldiers British Gas Warfare in World War I. University Press of Kansas: 1992.
  • Rose, Steven ed. CBW Chemical and Biological Warfare. Beacon Press: 1968.
  • Rothschild, J.H. Tomorrow’s Weapons. McGraw-Hill Book Company: 1964.
  • Russell, Bertrand Common Sense and Nuclear Warfare. Simon and Schuster: 1959.
  • Schram, Martin. Avoiding Armageddon Our Future. Our Choice. Basic Books: 2003.
  • Schroeer, Dietrich. Science Technology and the Nuclear Arms Race. John Wiley & Sons: 1984.
  • Seagrave, Sterling. Yellow Rain. M. Evans and Company: 1981.
  • Sereno, Jonathan D. Undue Risk: Secret State Experiments on Humans. WH Freeman & Co: 1999.
  • new Sherwin, Martin J. A World Destroyed. The Atomic Bomb and the Grand Alliance. Knopf: 1975.
  • Sidell, Frederick R., et al. Jane's Chem-Bio Handbook. Second Edition, 2002.
  • SIPRI Chemical & Biological Studies. 10. Strengthening the BW Convention by Confidence-Building Measures. Edited by Erhard Geissler. Oxford University Press: 1990.
  • SIPRI Chemical & Biological Studies. 17. Chemical Weapons Destruction in Russia: Political, Legal, and Technical Aspects. Edited by John Hart and Cynthia D. Miller. Oxford University Press: 1998.
  • new SIPRI Nuclear Radiation in Warfare. Taylor and Francis: 1981.
  • Smyth, Henry DeWolf. Atomic Energy for Military Purposes. Princeton University Press: 1946.
  • Snow, Edgar. Scorned Earth Book One. Victor Gollancz: 1941.
  • Solomon, Brian (ed) Chemical and Biological Warfare. H.W. Wilson Company: 1999.
  • Spiers, Edward M. Chemical and Biological Warfare. St Martin's Press: 1994.
  • Spiers, Edward M. Chemical Warfare. MacMillan Press: 1986.
  • Spiers, Edward M. Weapons of Mass Destruction. MacMillan Press: 2000.
  • Stohr, Ralf and Kiesslich-Kocher, Harald.Chemie Des Todes. Geschichte, Gegenwart, Abrustungsperspektiven: 1987. (DDR: Deutschen Demokratischen Republik)
  • Stringer, Hugh. Deterring Chemical Warfare: U.S. Policy Options for the 1990s. Institute For Foreign Policy Analysis: 1986.
  • Sullivan, John P., et al. Jane's Unconventional Weapons Response Handbook. First Edition, 2002.
  • Tarr, David W. American Strategy in the Nuclear Age. Macmillan Company: 1966.
  • Taylor, C.L. and Taylor, L.B. Jr. Chemical and Biological Warfare. Franklin Watts: 1992.
  • new Taylor, Eric R. Lethal Mists: An Introduction to the natural and Military Sciences of Chemical, Biological Warfare and Terrorism. Nova Science Publishers: 1998.
  • Threshold Limit Values and Biological Exposure Indices (TLVs & BEIs). American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH): 2002.
  • Toynbee, Philip, et. al. The Fearful Choice: A Debate on Nuclear Policy. Wayne State University Press: 1959.
  • Tucker, Jonathan B. War of Nerves: Chemical Warfare From World War I to Al Qaeda. Pantheon Press: 2006.
  • Tucker, Jonathan B. Scourge the Once and Future Threat of Smallpox. Atlantic Monthly Press: 2001.
  • Tucker, Johnathan B. ed. Toxic Terror. MIT Press: 2000
  • United Nations Report. Chemical and Bacteriological (Biological) Weapons and the Effects of Their Possible Use. Ballantine Books: 1970.
  • new Vien, Nguyen Khac (Editor) Chemical Warfare Vietnamese Studies No 29-1971. Xunhasaba: 1971.
  • Vilensky, Joel A.Dew of Death: the Story of Lewisite, America's WWI WMD. Indiana Press: 2005. (Note: Advanced Reading Copy)
  • new Voss, James T. Radiation Monitoring Book. RADeCO: no date.
  • Wachtel, Curt. Chemical Warfare. Chemical Publishing: 1941.
  • Waitt, Alden H. Gas Warfare. Smoke, Flame, and Flame in Modern Warfare. The Infantry Journal (Fighting Forces Series). 2nd Edition. April 1944.
  • new Waitt, Alden H. Gas Warfare. The Chemical Weapon, Its Use, and Protection Against It. The Infantry Journal (Fighting Forces Series). 1943.
  • Waitt, Alden H. Gas Warfare. The Chemical Weapon, Its Use, and Protection Against It. JJ Little & Ives Company: 1942.
  • Webb, Richard E. The Accident Hazards of Nuclear Power Plants. University of Massachusetts Press: 1975.
  • Williams, Peter & Wallace, David. Unit 731: Japan’s Secret Biological Warfare in World War II. Free Press: 1989.
  • Wise, David. Cassidy's Run: the Secret Spy War over Nerve Gas. Random House: 2000.
  • Wyden, Peter. Day One Before Hiroshima and After. Simon & Schuster: 1984.
  • Yamazaki, James N. Children of the Atomic Bomb. Duke University Press: 1995.
  • Yin, James The Rape of Biological Warfare: Japanese Carnage in Asia During World War II. Northpole Light Publishing House: 2001.
  • US Government Documents

  • new The Chemical Warfare. Edgewood Arsenal, MD, Volume 1, Number 2: August 1918.
  • new Chemical Warfare Bulletin. Volume 22, Number 2: April 1936.
  • new Chemical Warfare Bulletin. Volume 22, Number 3: July 1936.
  • new Radioactive Sources Handbook. National CounterTerrorism Center. January 2007.
  • new Radionuclide Reference for First Responders. Version 1.0. SAND 2006-1605P. April 2006.
  • DOD 3150.8-M. Nuclear Weapon Accident Response Procedures (NARP). December 1999.
  • DOE/MA-0518. Origins of the Nevada Test Site. December 2000.
  • DOE/NV-209 (Rev 14). US Nuclear Tests: July 1945 through September 1992. December 1994.
  • DOE/NV-388 or DNA-TR-95-74. Caging the Dragon: The Containment of Underground Nuclear Explosions. 30 June 1995.
  • DOE/NV-715. Nevada Test Site Guide. November 2001.
  • new DOE/NV-855 or DTRIAC-SR-03-003. Building the Cage. July 2003.
  • new Handbook for Response to Suspect Radioactive Materials. National Nuclear Security Administration, Department of Energy. PNNL-SA-43594. May 2005.
  • new Radioactive Sources Handbook. National CounterTerrorism Center. January 2007.
  • DTIC Technical Report AD B062913L. Textbook of Military Chemistry. Volume 1. Translated from textbook of the Colleges of the National Peoples Army of the German Democratic Republic. February 1984.
  • DTRA-AR-40H. Weapons of Mass Destruction Terms Reference Handbook. 1 September 2001.
  • DTRA-AR-40H-4. WMD Facility, Equipment, and Munitions Identification Handbook. January 2003.
  • DSWA 5100.52.1L. Nuclear Accident Response Capability Listing. April 1997.
  • ERDEC-SP-049. Chemical Agents, Weapons and Defense Material Type Classified, Adopted, or Obsoleted April 1997.

  • Cochrane, Rexmond C. Biological Warfare Research in the United States. Volume II of History of the Chemical Warfare Service in WWII (1 Jul 1940-15 Aug 1945. Historical Section, Plans, Training, and Intelligence Division, Office of Chief, Chemical Corps. November 1947.


  • Federal Radiological Emergency Response Plan (FRERP). 1 May 1996.
  • new Procedures for Details Accompanying Shipments of Chemical Corps Agents and Munitions. Technical Escort Detachment, Army Chemical Center, MD. January 1955.
  • Stockpile Stewardship Program Overview (FY2003). 10 March 2003.
  • Trinity Site Handout. Undated.
  • new War Department Document # 577. Notes on Gas as a Weapon in Modern Warfare. Army War College, April 1917.
  • new War Department Document # 686. Program of Training in Gas Defense for Divisional Anti-Gas Schools. Edited by Army War College, October 1917.
  • US Military Manuals

    I have a copy of most US NBC-related Army manuals from 1983 to present. I also have a growing collection of manuals from WWI and WWII.

    I will post more titles in the near future.

  • Chemical Warfare Service Field Materiel Data. July 1941.
  • FM 3-6, Employment and Characteristics of Air Chemical Munitions. October 1946.
  • FM 3-20, 4.2-Inch Chemical Mortar Battalion: Tactical Employment. October 1947.
  • FM 8-33, Control of Communicable Diseases in Man. 31 May 1991.
  • FM 101-31-1, Nuclear Weapons Employment Doctrine and Procedures. January 1986.
  • FM 101-40, Armed Forces Doctrine for Chemical and Biological Weapons Employment and Defense. April 1964.
  • NAVPERS 15039, Gas! Know your Chemical Warfare. January 1944.
  • TM 3-215, Military Chemistry and Chemical Agents. April 1942.
  • TM 3-215, Military Chemistry and Chemical Agents. August 1952.
  • TM 3-300, Miscellaneous Chemical Munitions. March 1950.
  • TM 3-315, Portable Chemical Cylinder, MIA2. February 1942.
  • TM 3-325, Liven Projector M1. August 1942.
  • British Manuals

  • Air Raid Precautions Handbook No. 1: Personal Protection Against Gas. 2d Edition, HM Stationary Office, 1938.
  • new Air Raid Precautions Memorandum No. 3: Organisation of Decontamination Services. 3rd Edition, HM Stationary Office, March 1942.
  • new Air Raid Precautions Memorandum No. 11: Gas Detection and Identification Service. 2nd Edition, HM Stationary Office, Stamped 5 May 1941.
  • new An Atlas of Gas Poisoning. 3rd Edition, HM Stationary Office, 1938.
  • new Civil Defence Training Pamphlet No. 4: Notes on Gas Tests and Exercises. 2nd Edition, HM Stationary Office, January 1944.
  • Canadian Manuals

  • new Gas Training. HM Stationary Office, June 1942.
  • Magazines & Articles

    I will post the titles in the near future.
  • Chemistry and Warfare. The Chemistry Leaflet, Volume IV, Number 9, 6 November 1930.
  • Ford, Brian J. Chemical Warfare. History of the Second World War, 1975: pp 2621-2626.
  • Videos & Video Clips

    I will post the titles in the near future.








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