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Re: About Gas Warfare
Posted by: C. Fronzek (ID *****3367) Date: April 18, 2009 at 21:46:36
In Reply to: 307th Service Battalion QM by Ron Halbritter of 9054

The gas was contained in large artillery shells which were fired into the enemy lines. Gas was,essentially, uncontrollable once it was released. It was dispersed whichever way the wind blew. Sudden shifts in the wind could and did gas friendly troops including the people who fired the gas shells.



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