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One Hundred Years of Chemical Warfare: Research, Deployment, Consequences

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    Chapter 1 Introduction
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    Chapter 2 The Scientist as Expert: Fritz Haber and German Chemical Warfare During the First World War and Beyond
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    Chapter 3 From Berlin-Dahlem to the Fronts of World War I: The Role of Fritz Haber and His Kaiser Wilhelm Institute in German Chemical Warfare
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    Chapter 4 Clara Immerwahr: A Life in the Shadow of Fritz Haber
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    Chapter 5 France’s Political and Military Reaction in the Aftermath of the First German Chemical Offensive in April 1915: The Road to Retaliation in Kind
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    Chapter 6 Preparing for Poison Warfare: The Ethics and Politics of Britain’s Chemical Weapons Program, 1915–1945
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    Chapter 7 Challenging the Laws of War by Technology, Blazing Nationalism and Militarism: Debating Chemical Warfare Before and After Ypres, 1899–1925
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    Chapter 8 Military-Industrial Interactions in the Development of Chemical Warfare, 1914–1918: Comparing National Cases Within the Technological System of the Great War
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    Chapter 9 The Gas War, 1915–1918: If not a War Winner, Hardly a Failure
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    Chapter 10 “Gas, Gas, Gaas!” The Poison Gas War in the Literature and Visual Arts of Interwar Europe
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    Chapter 11 The Genie and the Bottle: Reflections on the Fate of the Geneva Protocol in the United States, 1918–1928
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    Chapter 12 The Soldier’s Body in Gas Warfare: Trauma, Illness, Rentennot, 1915–1933
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    Chapter 13 Chemical Weapons Research on Soldiers and Concentration Camp Inmates in Nazi Germany
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    Chapter 14 No Retaliation in Kind: Japanese Chemical Warfare Policy in World War II
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    Chapter 15 The 1925 Geneva Protocol: China’s CBW Charges Against Japan at the Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal
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    Chapter 16 The Reconstruction of Production and Storage Sites for Chemical Warfare Agents and Weapons from Both World Wars in the Context of Assessing Former Munitions Sites
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    Chapter 17 From Charles and Francis Darwin to Richard Nixon: The Origin and Termination of Anti-plant Chemical Warfare in Vietnam
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    Chapter 18 The Indelible Smell of Apples: Poison Gas Survivors in Halabja, Kurdistan-Iraq, and Their Struggle for Recognition
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    Chapter 19 The Use of Chemical Weapons in Syria: Implications and Consequences
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    Chapter 20 A Century of Chemical Warfare: Building a World Free of Chemical Weapons
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    Chapter 21 Statement by HE Ghislain D’hoop, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium
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    Chapter 22 Fritz Haber and His Institute
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Chapter title
The Genie and the Bottle: Reflections on the Fate of the Geneva Protocol in the United States, 1918–1928
Chapter number 11
Book title
One Hundred Years of Chemical Warfare: Research, Deployment, Consequences
Published by
Springer, Cham, January 2017
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-51664-6_11
Book ISBNs
978-3-31-951663-9, 978-3-31-951664-6
Authors

Roy MacLeod

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Student > Bachelor 1 100%
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Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology 1 100%