Phosgene and CK gases are tested during U.S. chemical warfare tests on San Jose Island, Panama during World War II.
San Jose Island Panama Date:1944 Duration:2 min 20 sec Sound:Yes
Tests of non-persistent gas munitions during U.S. chemical warfare tests on San Jose Island, Panama during World War II. U.S. troops advance in a jungle during a simulated chemical warfare. Bombs stacked in a munitions dump. The bombs are loaded on bomber aircraft. Japanese canisters on which Phosgene and CK gases are to be tested. Technicians use gas concentration recording instruments made by U.S. NDRC (National Defense Research Committee). Phosgene and CK gases are tested on goats, mechanical breathers and U.S. and Japanese canisters. CK gas breaks a canister. Gas testing shows bomb blasts in the jungle.
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