Historical references of chemical warfare in the U.S. show an ancient Greek war and the use of a smoke screen.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:1 min 48 sec Sound:Yes
A film in the U.S. based on historical references of chemical warfare. U.S. soldiers march on a road near a battlefield during World War I. American soldiers setup and fire a World War 1 mortar. Smoke rises from explosions on the battlefield. Series of drawings follows: A drawing depicts an ancient Greek war in which poison gas was used. A drawing depicts usage of 'smoke screen' as a weapon in 1701 by King Charles XII of Sweden which effectively shrouded his forces moving across the Duna River against Russia. A drawing depicts laboratory tests being made by a person in the ancient times.
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