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Biological Weapons: 1914-1947 Chapter 1 This Chapter sum

.... Germany led the world in the development of nerve gases, tabun in 1936, sarin gas in 1938 and soman in 1944 (Harris & Paxman 53). ....

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Chemical and Biological Weapons The term "chemical and biological ...

.... As Harris and Paxman emphasize, "during the next two decades, over seven hundred million dollars would be spent in the development of such weapons in the ....

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BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS Chapter 3 Conclusion This

.... and by the US Navy's mock attacks with bacteria in San Francisco Bay in 1950 and by the Army on the New York transit system in 1966 (Harris & Paxman 152-159). ....

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Annotated Bib of Germ Warfare Annotated Bibliography--Part

.... Harris, R., & J. Paxman. (1982). A higher form of killing the secret story of chemical and biological warfare. New York Hill and Wang. ....

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