November 1931

Aviation in Guerilla Warfare

Volume 16, Issue 3

Chemicals. We find that gas can incapacitate without killing. It humanizes bullet warfare. It has the power to render inoperative an entire force without injury to a single member. Bearing in mind the fact, that the ultimate object is not the destruction of the enemy but his submission to law and order and his acceptance of principles in accordance with the progress of civilization, the use of non-lethal gasses in guerilla warfare should be justified and encouraged.

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