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Harvest of death; chemical warfare in Vietnam and Cambodia [by] J. B. Neilands [and others] With a foreword by Gunnar Myrdal.

Publication:
New York, Free Press [1971, c1972]
Format/Description:
Book
xvi, 304 p. illus. 24 cm.
Subjects:
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Chemistry.
Chemical warfare.
Gases, Asphyxiating and poisonous.
Notes:
Appendices (p. [207]-285) 1. The Geneva protocol of June 17, 1925, and a list of the 98 signatory states.--2. Chemical properties of CN, DM, and CS.--3. Excerpts from Department of the Army training circular 3-16, April 9, 1969.--4. Excerpts from Dean Rusk press conference of March 24, 1965.--5. Editorial from Chemical and engineering news, August 16, 1965.--6. Richard M. Nixon policy statement of November 25, 1969, on chemical and biological warfare.--7. United Nations General Assembly Resolution of December 16, 1969.--8. Excerpt from the Gellner and Wu report of May 17, 1970, on the use of tear gas in war.--9. Message from Richard M. Nixon and William P. Rogers to the U.S. Senate, August 19, 1970, on the Geneva protocol.--10. Herbicides in Vietnam: AAAS study finds widespread devastation.--11. Resolution on chemical defoliants adopted by the Council of the AAAS at its 1970 annual meeting in Chicago.
Includes bibliographies.
Contributor:
Neilands, J. B.
OCLC:
246905
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