Dr M. G. Miller, Editor.
The Medical Manual of Chemical Warfare, published by His Majesty's Stationery
Office, 1941 Edition, based on data from 1918. A
detailed account of the general effects of gases used during war and
the appearance, physical properties, effect, treatment and
decontamination of the vesicant gases, Mustard and Lewisite. Chapters
VIII and IX have been omitted as these relate to gas warfare on
civilians and Armed Forces during World War 2.
The Medical Manual also includes an Atlas of Gas Poisoning, first published in 1918, the 3rd Edition of
March 1938 is reproduced here.
for animals used for transport and communication
the measures used to protect horses, mules, dogs and carrier pigeons
from poison gases.