The conclusions of U.S. chemical warfare tests conducted on San Jose Island, Panama during World War II.
San Jose Island Panama Date:1944 Duration:2 min 52 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. chemical warfare tests on San Jose Island, Panama during World War II. A U.S. soldier wearing impregnated clothing and a gas mask crawls in a jungle. Soldiers apply an ointment on their bodies. They put on double layer of impregnated clothing during mustard gas tests. The results are examined on bodies of Japanese prisoners. A gas is tested on a goat wearing mask fitted with Japanese canisters. Mortars are fired by U.S. troops. U.S. 6th Air Force bombers drop bombs to test gas concentration. A goat equipped with a Japanese canister gets killed by the use of CK gas. U.S. bombers drop bombs near anchored ships to determine the effects on antiaircraft personnel. An unaffected goat equipped with a U.S. Army canister after the use of gas. Dead goats are taken away by men. Dead Chinese soldiers after use of gas munitions by the Japanese Army during the Sino-Japanese War.
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