3 edition of Chemical Warfare Service found in the catalog.
by Office of the Chief of Military History, Dept. of the Army in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||by Leo P. Brophy, Wyndham D. Miles, and Rexmond C. Cochrane.|
|Series||United States Army in World War II: The technical services, United States Army in World War II|
|LC Classifications||D769 .A533 vol. 6, pt. 7, vol. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 498 p.|
|Number of Pages||498|
|LC Control Number||60060002|
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The U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD) created a Chemical Warfare Service (CWS) to develop protective equipment, which allowed its physicians to focus on treatment. 1,2 The CWS created an array of technologies to protect soldiers. Initially forced to adopt British small-box respirators when early American gas masks proved ineffective, the U.S. Chemical Warfare Agents, Second Edition has been totally revised since the successful first edition and expanded to about three times the length, with many new chapters and much more in-depth consideration of all the topics. The chapters have been written by distinguished international experts in various aspects of chemical warfare agents and edited .
This explosive look into the dawn of chemical warfare during World War I is "a terrifying piece of history that almost no one knows" (Hampton Sides). In , when German forces executed the first successful gas attack of World War I, the world watched in horror as the boundaries of warfare were forever changed. The final version of this book has not been published yet. You can pre-order a copy of the book and we will send it to you when it becomes available. We will not charge you for the book until it ships. Pricing for a pre-ordered book is estimated and subject to change. All backorders will be released at the final established price.
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Largely forgotten in the confines of history, the development of the U.S. Chemical Warfare Service in left an indelible imprint on World War I. This small yet powerful division, along with the burgeoning Bureau of Mines, assembled research and military unites devoted solely to chemical weaponry, outfitting regiments with hastily made gas /5(23).
Records of the Chemical Warfare Training Camp, Camp Kendrick, NJ, (in New York). General correspondence of the Gas Defense Plant, Long Island City, NY, (in New York). Correspondence of the Chemical Warfare Service detachment at U.S. Chemical Plant No. 4, Saltville, VA, (in Philadelphia).
The Chemical Warfare Service: From Laboratory to Field: Leo P. Brophy, Wyndham D. Miles, Rexmond C. Cochrane: To download as PDF click here:. This is the first of three volumes devoted to the activities of the Chemical Warfare Service in World War II.
Part One of the present volume traces the organization and administration of the Chemical Warfare Service from its origins in World War I up through World War II.
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Chemical Warfare Service and the Race for the /5(24). Between andthe Chemical Warfare Service focused on refining its production of chemical warfare agents and developing better delivery systems. This included adding rifling to the Stokes mortar and creating the Army’s inch mortar for the delivery of chemical warfare agents, smoke, and high explosives.
A article by Gross B.C. of the Chemical Warfare Service recommended attacking in wind conditions of less than 3 miles per hour at a relative humidity of 40% to 50%. The author noted that having considered “temperature, wind, and humidity conditions, the hours between midnight and daylight are usually the most favorable for a gas attack Cited by: Get this from a library.
The Chemical Warfare Service. [Brooks E Kleber; Dale Birdsell] -- Preface: This is the first of three volumes devoted to the activities of the Chemical Warfare Service in World War II.
Part one of the present volume traces the organization and administration of the. The Chemical Corps is the branch of the United States Army tasked with defending against chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear corps was founded as the U.S. Chemical Warfare Service (CWS) during World War name was changed to the Chemical Corps in For most of its history, the Chemical Corps was tasked with delivering chemical Branch: United States Army.
The CWS played a small role in the chemical warfare actívitíes during the war in comparison with its respective counterparts in other countries but still received much criticism for its controversial role.
There is a lack of information about the American Chemical Warfare Service (CWS) and its activities during Worid War I and especially in.
But conflict with those aligned against chemical warfare forced the CWS to fight for its institutional life--and ultimately led to the U.S. military's rejection of battlefield chemical weapons. The only current book on the Chemical Warfare Service and its times, Behind the Gas Mask offers a thought-provoking view of the history and place of.
The chemical warfare service; from laboratory to field / L.P. Brophy, W.D. Miles and R.C. Cochrane --[v.3] The chemical warfare service: chemicals in combat/ Brooks E.
Kleber and Dale Birdsell. Series Title: United States Army in World War II., Technical services.; United States Army in World War II, v.
10, pt. By the end of the war, the Chemical Warfare Service was a full-fledged Army department w members who fired more than 1, tons of gas at the Germans; they were supported by a massive network of factories and training grounds whose poisoned landscapes and buried but still deadly chemicals are still with : Theo Emery.
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"Well-researched and informative a good look at American preparation for and experience with gas exposure in World War I." Chemical warfare (CW) involves using the toxic properties of chemical substances as type of warfare is distinct from nuclear warfare and biological warfare, which together make up NBC, the military acronym for nuclear, biological, and chemical (warfare or weapons), all of which are considered "weapons of mass destruction" (WMDs).None of these.
An explosive look into the dawn of chemical warfare during World War. A terrifying piece of history that almost no one knows. Hampton Sides. Inwhen German forces executed the first successful gas attack of World War I, the world watched in horror as the boundaries of warfare were forever changed.
Cries of barbarianism rang throughout Europe, yet Allied nations. Tactics of chemical warfare. Series Title(s): Chemical Warfare Service field manual Author(s): United States.
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Internet Archive BookReader The Chemical Warfare Service; from laboratory to field. Handbook of Toxicology of Chemical Warfare Agents, Second Edition covers every aspect of deadly toxic chemicals used in conflicts, warfare and terrorism.
Including findings from experimental as well as clinical studies, this essential reference offers in-depth coverage of individual toxicants, target organ toxicity, major incidents, toxic.
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Was the death of baseball great Christy Mathewson at age 45 partly a result of exposure to poisonous gas in October or November in France, while serving in the same Chemical Warfare Service.Publisher Summary.
This chapter describes the major epidemiological studies of populations who have been exposed to chemical warfare agents. The first full-scale deployment of chemical warfare agents was during World War I inwhen the Germans used chlorine gas against French, Canadian, and Algerian troops.