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WWI Mustard Gas

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Tobin Hamby

on 19 April 2010

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Mustard Gas in WWI
Adding some Spice to the war The Differences Between Mustard and Chlorine Gas Mustard Gas was meant to be lethal, while Chlorine was more of a physical inhibiter. This is easily seen by the comparison of deaths from both poisons between 1914 and 1918 1,976 fatalities from Chlorine
164,457 injuries 4,086 fatalities from Mustard Gas
16,526 injuries The Effects Skin blistered and turned a mustard yellow, eyes became sore and victims had uncontrollable vomiting. It caused the internal and external bleeding. It took over 4 months to die of mustard poisoning, and patients had to be strapped to their beds.
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