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Chemical and Biological Weapons
Chemical and biological weapons

During World War I, the extensive use of poisonous gases resulted in many casualties, over 90,000 of which were fatal. Although the death toll from these chemical weapons was relatively low in comparison with the number of deaths caused by conventional weapons, the extreme suffering which they caused ...

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