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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Biological and Chemical Weapons History 1000 BC- Arsenic smoke used by the chinese 1100's- Bodies of plague/smallpox victims are throwninto cities 1495- Spanish spike drinks with Leprosy blood 1650- Polish general firesballs filled with rabid dog saliva 1763- British officers givesmallpox infected blanketsto native americans 1914- German soldiers fill artillery shells with a lung irritant and fire on British soldiers 1915- Allied forces use chlorinegas, Germany develops a new diphosgene gas, and the Frenchtry Cyanide gas 1917- Germany introduces Mustard gas 1936 and 1938- German Chemist creates Tabun and Sarin 1950's- US and Britain developVX, a nerve gas that can kill in 15 minutes with a single drop 1967- Mustard gas and nerve agents used by the Egyptians against civilians in Yemen 2001- Anthrax filled letters arefound at many media outlets and the Senate Countries with Nuclear, Biological or Chemical weapons Prevention 189 nations representing 98% of the population have joinedthe CWC The Geneva protocol of 1925made the use of Chemical Weapons prohibited, but ultimately failed due to its shortcomings of not prohibiting the development, production,or stockpiling the weapons US Canada Brasil S. Africa Argentina Ethiopia Sudan Egypt Libya Algeria Cuba France Germany UK Yugoslavia Sweden Switzerland Russia China N. Korea Japan Taiwan Myanmar Vietnam Australia Laos India Pakistan Iran Syria Iraq Italy "Biological Attack - Are We Ready? - Security Degree Hub." Security Degree Hub. Wordpress, n.d. Web. 12 Sept. 2014. Israel "Biological and Chemical Weapons." Global Issues in Context Online Collection. Detroit: Gale, 2014. Global Issues In Context. Web. 24 Sept. 2014. UN. "UNODA - Chemical Weapons." UN News Center. UN, n.d. Web. 10 Sept. 2014. Wessely, Simon, Kenneth C. Hyams, and Robert Bartholomew. "Psychological Implications of Chemical and Biological Weapons." PMC. National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine, 20 Oct. 2001. Web. 9 Sept. 2014. The CWC was the the fact that it called for total elimination of a class of WMD's of it's kind due to Example of Chemical Weapons 1st Anthrax- Inhalation/Contact Chest Discomfort Shortness of breath/ Coughing Confusion/Dizziness and Headaches Vomiting and Stomach Pains Survival rate is 10-15% withouttreatment and rises to 55% withaggressive treatment -Extreme Tiredness-Body Aches
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