Horrible Gas

10/4/2014 - 10/10/2014

Although chemical warfare was widespread during the Great War, only about 89,000 deaths are attributed to gas. Despite these low numbers (in the scope of the war), gas would still cause many horrific injuries to the unprotected. The fear and memories of chemical warfare kept both sides from using gas during World War II. The only exception was Japan's use of chemical weapons against the Chinese.