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Chemical Warfare in Australia: Australia's Involvement in Chemical Warfare 1914 - Today

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This Meticulously researched book unearths a sixty year secret. As the Japanese swept south towards Australia in late 1941, they carried chemical weapons, already used with deadly effect in China. Forced to counter the chemical warfare threat, Australia covertly imported 1,000,000 chemical weapons - including 16 types of mustard gas - and hid them in tunnels and other ...more
Hardcover, 772 pages
Published January 1st 2013 by Leech Cup Books
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Jul 16, 2015 ReadingFanatic rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Underestimated Australian history book. Worth getting if only for the extensive with the interviews who trundled a million chemical weapons around Australia
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Geoff is a researcher at the Department of Defence, Australia.

He has been researching Australia's chemical warfare history for over twenty years and is the author of 'Chemical Warfare in Australia' and 'Chemical Warfare Agent Sea Dumping off Australia', both published by the Department of Defence.

The research has led to the unearthing of hundreds of lethal phosgene bombs at the old chemical warfa
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