The Chemical Warfare Service: Organizing for War (Hardcover)
This book is a comprehensive and authoritative history of the Chemical Warfare Service, a key military unit responsible for developing and deploying chemical weapons during World War I. Drawing on extensive archival research and interviews with veterans, the authors provide a detailed and unvarnished account of this controversial and often overlooked aspect of modern warfare. A must-read for military history enthusiasts, policymakers, and anyone interested in the ethics and consequences of warfare.
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