February 1931

The Use of Gas in Minor Warfare

Volume 15, Issue 4

IT is just as well to slate one's purpose in the beginning. The reader, if interested, may then look at the picture from the same angle as the writer. It is the purpose of this article to advance the cause of chemical warfare, with reference to its employment by the Corps in its perennial, tropical small-wars in the bush.

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