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History

  • A-Bomb WWW Museum - "The website is neither meant to condemn nor condone the bombing, but is meant as a way for people to express their views on how to achieve peace, on what peace is, and other thoughts about peace. We hope that everyone will write in their thoughts," said Prof. Mitsuru Ohba.

  • Biological Warfare and Its Cutaneous Manifestations - Biological warfare agents have gained attention in recent years. They have been discussed in Congress and in the medical literature, and have been the subject of frequent commentaries.

  • Biological Weapons and the Ultimate Defense - Biological warfare has been in existence since at least the time of the Roman Empire, when the Roman military would put the bodies of dead animals into their enemy's drinking water. Sophisticated agents and delivery systems make biological warfare a serious threat. Learn about the agents, their detection, and treatment. Interactive learning tools and a test get you involved.

  • Gas Warfare in World War I - From Trenches on the Web: An Internet History of The Great War. A brief historical overview of chemical warfare in WWI.

  • Germany's Use of Chemical Warfare in the Great War - Author: Brian Blodgett.

    Science of the ages, the highest arts of man, Degraded and prostituted, that Might should take the van, Whilst Empire, Justice, Freedom slumbered. Then chemist, student, artisan answered Duty's call; Our arms, our arts, our poison fumes Gained Liberty for all.

  • History of Biological Warfare - This site provides a historical perspective of biological warfare.

  • History of Biowarfare and Bioterrorism - Biological weapons have been used to wage war and promote terror throughout history. One of the earliest uses of biological weapons occurred in the 6th century BC when the Assyrians poisoned enemy wells with rye ergot.

  • Long grim story of bio-war - Biological weapons may seem a modern phenomenon, but they have a long, ugly history.

  • The History of Bioterrorism in America - By Richard Sanders, Coordinator, Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade. Who is behind the recent spate of Anthrax attacks? Who would intentionally expose Americans to such deadly germs? To answer these questions, it is useful to know that there have been previous cases bioterrorism in the U.S. Previous incidents of bioterrorism in America since WWII, although more widespread than this year's anthrax-related incidents, received very little media attention.

  • The History of Terrorism in the middle east - The History of Terrorism in the Region

  • Unit 731: A Preliminary Review of Studies of Japanese Biological Warfare and Unit 731 in the United States - Written by Tien-wei Wu.

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