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Leo P. Brophy; George J. B. Fisher. The Chemical Warfare Service: Organizing for War. Office of the Chief of Military History, Deptartment of the Army. 1959. 498pp.

Hugh D. Crone. Banning Chemical Weapons: The Scientific Background. Cambridge University Press. 1992. 122pp.

Marion Girard. A Strange and Formidable Weapon: British Responses to World War I Poison Gas. University of Nebraska Press. 2008. 279pp.

Ludwig Fritz Haber. The Poisonous Cloud: Chemical Warfare in the First World War. Oxford University Press. 1986. 415pp.

James W. Hammond. Poison Gas: The Myths Versus Reality. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1999. 157pp.

Joost R. Hiltermann. A Poisonous Affair: America, Iraq, and the Gassing of Halabja. Cambridge University Press. 2007. 314pp.

Brooks E. Kleber; Dale Birdsell. The Chemical Warfare Service: Chemicals in Combat. Office of the Chief of Military History, US Army. 1966. 697pp.

Adrienne Mayor. Greek Fire, Poison Arrows, and Scorpion Bombs: Biological and Chemical Warfare in the Ancient World. Overlook Duckworth. 2003. 319pp.

Albert Palazzo. Seeking Victory on the Western Front: The British Army and Chemical Warfare in World War I. University of Nebraska Press. 2003. 245pp.

Richard MacKay Price. The Chemical Weapons Taboo. Cornell University Press. 1997. 233pp.

Edward M. Spiers. Chemical Warfare. Macmillan. 1986. 277pp.

Joel A. Vilensky; with Pandy R. Sinish. Dew of Death: The Story of Lewisite, America's World War I Weapon of Mass Destruction. Indiana University Press. 2005. 213pp.

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