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Gas and flame in modern warfare

by Samuel James Manson Auld

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Published by George H. Doran company in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gases, Asphyxiating and poisonous -- War use,
  • Chemical warfare

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Major S. J. M. Auld ... frontispiece by W. G. Thayer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUG447 .A8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix p., 1 l., 9-201 p.
    Number of Pages201
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6611569M
    LC Control Number18020528
    OCLC/WorldCa14786232

    Poison Gas Air Warfare Tanks Naval Warfare Flame Throwers. Trench Warfare. This is a form of occupied fighting lines that consists of large trenches dug in to the ground. The trenches keep soldiers sheltered from small arms fire and artillery. Trench warfare is a form of attrition warfare. The use of trenches allow for a slow wearing down of. to Modern Warfare 3 2. Modern Warfare Defined 6 3. An Example of a Clandestine Warfare Organization 10 4. Terrorism—The Principal Weapon of Modern Warfare 16 5. Identifying the Adversary 26 6. Defense of the Territory 29 Part Two: THE POLITICAL AND MILITARY CONDUCT OF THE WAR 7. Direct Action on the Populations of Cities 43 8. Errors in.

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The battlefield of the First World War with the prepared positions of multiple trench lines, barbed wire and massed arti Brand: Verdun Press. Gas and flame in modern warfare — First published in Subjects Accessible book, World War,Personal narratives, War use, Asphyxiating and poisonous Gases, Chemical warfare.

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Auld, M.C., Service and those in camps on the position of Gas Warfare, at the front, has made imperative the publication of this book, as has also the need of educating the public, owing to the many misleading newspaper reports, sometimes merely misinformative, sometimes distinctly mischievous.

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Software An illustration of two photographs. Gas and flame in modern warfare Item Preview remove-circle. A flamethrower is a mechanical incendiary device designed to project a controllable stream of deployed by the Greeks in the 1st century AD, flamethrowers saw use in modern times during World War I, and more widely in World War II.

Most military flamethrowers use liquid fuel, typically either gasoline or diesel, but commercial flamethrowers are generally gas torches using fuels such.

Diphenylchlorarsine was sometimes believed to penetrate the gas masks of the time and to cause violent sneezing, forcing removal of the protecting device.

The Germans called it Maskenbrecher (mask breaker), together with other substances with similar effects, such as Adamsite, diphenylarsincyanide, and diphenylaminarsincyanide.

Langer served as an engineer in Company E of the 1st Gas Regiment, Chemical Warfare Service, of the U.S. Army. In this taut account, from Gas and Flame in World War I, he described a harrowing mission to move supplies and munitions near enemy lines, in preparation for a machine gun and gas attack.

However, the use of poison gas in warfare had been prohibited by the Hague Conventions of and The first German gas attack used almost 6, canisters (Hulton/Getty).

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Chemical Warfare Service, which was established to answer Germany’s use. Modern chemical warfare can be viewed as being born in World War I, with the German Army’s successful use of chlorine gas on the fields of Ypres, Belgium, in April formerly the 30th Engineer Regiment (Gas and Flame), would use British Stokes mortars and Livens projectors, and French artillery batteries, to employ thermite, high.

UNDERSTANDING MODERN WARFARE A major new study of the theory and practice of warfare in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Using relevant examples from recent history, this book provides a complete introduction to the issues, ideas, concepts, context and vocabulary of modern warfare.

Lieutenant Gaz, callsign Bravo Five, was a member of the British Special Air Service and a veteran special forces operator featured in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered.

Gaz, along with Soap, Price, Wallcroft and Griffen, rode a chopper to board a cargo ship and retrieve a "package". They encountered heavy resistance on and inside the ship, but. The more obscure diaries, the battle logs and the privately printed histories are finding their way into print.

This book falls in the last category. It was the first history that the well known historian turned his hand to. E was part of the Army's Gas and Flame unit (now attached to their chemical warfare. Flamethrowers are no longer used by modern militaries.

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A fuse was lit before firing so it acted like a giant Molotov cocktail, the liquid igniting as it burst out across the fuse. 3. Thermite. Modern incendiary weapons began with thermite, used by the Germans in the First World War. Herewith an extract the book "Gas & Flame in Modern Warfare" by Major Ault M.C.

of the Royal Berkshire Regiment, published for the American Gas Services in just before the war ended. Ault described the organisation and tactics of the Flammenwerfer squads and points out that, although apparently a terrifying weapon, the allies were able to.

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