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Category: All Categories: Military: Biochemical Warfare
10 items found.   List items by:   Author     Title     Publisher
1.
Wu, H. S. (Huan-shiang)  
Aroma No. 4 : Chinese Communist Crimes in Using Humans as Guinea Pigs / by H.S. Wu

Publisher: Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. : Compilation Dept., Kuang Lu Pub. Service, 1986.
iv, 77 p. ; 19 cm. Cover title. "Aroma number four is the code name for the Chinese Communists' bacteriological weapons." Stock# 35,250. Vg/ paper.

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2.
Ulio, James Alexander (Maj Gen)  
Auxiliary Fire Control Instruments : Technical Manual TM 9-575, Field Glasses, Eyeglasses, Telescopes, and Watches

Publisher: Government Printing Office; Washington, D. C. : 1942.
Very Good+ Softcover 24 pages; 8vo (8.5") 22 cm; Softcover, tan covers, 24 pages, 23 b/w photos and diagrams. ; Published by the War Department, May 4, 1942. Instruction manual and technical specs for US Army field glasses (binoculars), amber eyeglasses, red eyeglasses, observation telescopes, time interval recorders (stop watches), pocket watches and wrist watches. ; Front cover lightly foxed, and 'Co D' in pencil on same (this item is from the estate of a chemical warfare operative; during WW2 all chemical warfare units were designated as Company D) No other defects. Quite crisp. ; Technical Manual TM 9 Series; Vol. 575

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3.
Chemical Warfare School  
Chemical Warfare Service : Candles

Publisher: Government Printing Office; Washington, D. C. : 1931.
Fair Softcover 28 pages; 8vo (9") 23 cm; Softcover, bound with two staples, bound edge die-cut for binder insertion, 28 pages, 32 b/w photos and diagrams. ; Published for use of the US Army Chemical Warfare School, 1931. Topics include: Nontoxic smoke candles. Lacrimatory (tear gas) candles. Irritant candles. Methods of firing. Safety precautions. More. ; This item appears to have been in the field. Exteriors are rubbed and soiled. Owner name and date (6-42) in fountain pen on front. Several pages have underlining or margin brackets. Everything is readable. Binding tight. ; Technical Regulations TR 1120 Series; Vol. 5

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4.
Journal of Chemical Education.  
Civilian Preparedness for Chemical Warfare. A Symposium.

Publisher: Journal of Chemical Education.
Large 4to; 44 p. During the early years of the second World War the possibility of chemical attacks on civilian populations by German or Japanese military were a real threat. Contents include Stewart, The Chemist & Civilian Defense; Cassaday, Use of Mobile Units in the First Aid & Medical Treatment of Gas Casualties; Shrader, Methods of Extinguishing Incendiary Bombs; Jacobs, Protection of Food against Chemical Attack; Leake, Action of War Gases; Hickey & Hanley, Preparation of War Gas Identification Sets. Stapled in grey wraps stamped in green; some fading to covers; VG. stock#26934x.

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5.
Chemical Warfare School  
Decontamination : Decontamination of Vesicant Agents

Publisher: Chemical Warfare School; Edgewood, Md: 1942.
Very Good Softcover 44 pages; 8vo (9") 23 cm; Softcover, pale yellow covers, fold-and-staple binding, 44 pages, 4 tables, 36 b/w photos and diagrams. ; Published in Edgewood, Maryland, at the Edgewood Arsenal (now Aberdeen Proving Ground) which was home of the US Army Chemical Warfare School. *** Instructions for decontaminating people, objects, and locations that have been attacked with vesicants (chemicals that cause burning and blistering, such as mustard gas). ; Light foxing to covers, light bumps to tips. No writing or marks. Scarce in any condition. ; Chemical Warfare School Pamphlet Series; Vol. 12

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6.
Chemical Warfare School  
Instructions for Using Gas Indentifications Sets

Publisher: Chemical Warfare School; Edgewood, Md: 1942.
Very Good Softcover 16 pages; 8vo (9") 23 cm; Softcover, pale yellow covers, fold-and-staple binding, 7 + 9 pages, 1 table, 4 b/w photos and diagrams. ; Published in Edgewood, Maryland, at the Edgewood Arsenal (now Aberdeen Proving Ground) which was home of the US Army Chemical Warfare School. *** Instructions for using army equipment made for the identification of gases and detonators used in chemical warfare. ; Light soiling to covers. Small piece of last leaf (blank on both sides) missing. Owner name on front in fountain pen. Several pages have underlining or margin notes in green pencil. Scarce in any condition. ; Chemical Warfare School Pamphlet Series; Vol. 4

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7.
Wilcox, William R, and L. Kenneth Rosett Illustrated by: Illustrated by Dewey L. Duncan  
Lachrimator, the : C. W. - R. O. T. C. Camp 1941, with Ephemera
 Picture
Publisher: Chemical Warfare Service; Edgewood, Md: 1941.
Very Good Softcover 52 pages; 4to (10.5") 27 cm; Tall softcover, tan covers, double metal wire spiral binding, 52 unnumbered pages, numerous line drawings, all the usual b/w photos. Yearbook for military training camp, 1941. ; Cartoons by Dewey L. Duncan. Photos by J. Guyton Thompson, Arlie J. Ullrich Jr, and others. Published by the Chemical Warfare Service, Reserve Officers Training Corps, Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland (now Aberdeen Proving Ground) ; Light soiling to covers. No major defects. Extremely scarce. ; This item is from the estate of Lt. Alan R. Blackmar, whose name is penned inside front cover in old ink. He also laid in two real photos: 1) ten young men in uniform, four names penned on reverse. 2) an entire company, over 100 men and eight officers in uniform, and one civilian, date penned on reverse. *** With this item you will also get: 1) Chemical Warfare Service Field Manual FM 21-40, Defense Against Chemical Attack, 209 pages plus three supplements, 1942. 2) The Gas Mask, Technical Manual TM 3-205, 144 pgs, 1941. 3) Use of Smokes and Lacrimators in Training, Technical Manual TM 3-305, 28 pgs, 1940. 4) Miscellaneous Chemical Munitions, Technical Manual TM 3-300, 53 pgs, 1944. 5) Gas Warfare, by Alden Waitt, hardcover, 327 pgs, 1942. 6) Gas Warfare, by Alden Waitt, paperback, 266 pgs, 1943.

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8.
Chemical Warfare School  
Study Guide, Incendiaries : Questions, Answers and Practical Exercises

Publisher: Chemical Warfare School; Edgewood, Md: 1942.
Good Softcover 44 pages; 8vo (9") 23 cm; Softcover, pale yellow covers, fold-and-staple binding, 2 + 39 + 3 pages, 6 tables, 11 b/w photos and diagrams. ; Published in Edgewood, Maryland, at the Edgewood Arsenal (now Aberdeen Proving Ground) which was home of the US Army Chemical Warfare School. *** Topics include: What is fire? Extinguishing fires. Magnesium bombs. White phosphorus. Grenades. More. ; This book appears to have been used in the field. Covers are soiled. Light foxing to some page edges. Owner name, unit, and city on front in fountain pen. ; Chemical Warfare School Pamphlet Series; Vol. 3

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9.
Ulio, James Alexander (Maj Gen)  
Treatment of Casualties from Chemical Agents : War Department Technical Manual TM 8-285

Publisher: Government Printing Office; Washington, D. C. : 1945.
Very Good+ Softcover 136 pages; 8vo (9") 23 cm; Softcover, tan covers, 4 + 136 pages, index, 7 appendixes, 32 b/w photos and diagrams, including some nude victims with blisters and boils. ; Published by the War Department, 30 April 1945. Topics include: Lung irritants. Vesicants. Lacrimators. Vomiting gases. Incendiary agents. Systemic poisons. First aid and treatment for casualties. ; Only minor exterior wear. Overall clean, except owner name in pencil and date (6-13-45) in fountain pen on front cover, and one page has a faint handprint in lower margin affecting some text, but everything is readable. Binding tight. Quite scarce in any condition. ; Technical Manual TM 8 Series; Vol. 285

Appr.: | AUD 102.50 CAD 100.52 EUR 68.90 GBP 60.00 JPY 7,800.00 MXN 1,300.00 ZAR 1,040.00 

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10.
Chemical Warfare School  
Use of Chemical Agents and Munitions in Training : War Department Technical Manual TM 3-305, Restricted

Publisher: Government Printing Office; Washington, D. C. : 1944.
Very Good- Softcover 32 pages; 8vo (9") 23 cm; Softcover, manila covers, bound with one staple, 32 pages numbered to 27, 2 appendixes. ; Published for use at the US Army Chemical Warfare School at Edgewood Arsenal (now Aberdeen Proving Ground), Edgewood, Maryland. *** States Restricted. Also states Tentative; we assume this publication was followed by another edition containing corrections, but cannot be sure. Also states, This manual supercedes TM 3-305, Use of Smokes and Lacrimators in Training. ; Covers show light sunning, light foxing, spots along bottom front cover. No writing or marks. Two pages are still unopened. Binding tight. ; Technical Manual TM 3 Series; Vol. 305

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