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GAS WARFARE IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR: Anti-Gas Protection and Gas Masks in the Armies of the German Empire, Austria-Hungary and Italy

GAS WARFARE IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR: Anti-Gas Protection and Gas Masks in the Armies of the German Empire, Austria-Hungary and Italy
by Rossi, Egidio

1-227330

Describes the development of WWI gas-defence equipment over time, including the first respirators borrowed from the sanitary sector to sophisticated protective masks with filters and their corresponding containers and special clothing for protection against blister-forming gases. Numerous official documents from the war years are accompanied by a number of important original photographs. Photographs of more than 200 original specimens preserved in private collections and museums illustrate the most important gas-defence equipment used during WWI by Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.

Also contains an historical overview of research in the field of poison gases by the three nations, information about the industries that took part in their production, and a chapter dedicated to the most important types of poison gas.

1 vol, 504 pgs 2021 AUSTRIA, VERLAG MILITARIA
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