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Cochrane, Rexmond Canning. Gas Warfare in World War I. U.S. Army Chemical Corps Historical Office. Army Chemical Center, Maryland: U.S. Army Chemical Corps Historical Office. 1959-1960.


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Gas Warfare at Belleau Wood, June 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 1. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 78th Division at the Kriemhilde Stellung, October 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 2. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 1st Division in the Meuse-Argonne, 1-12 October 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 3. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 26th Division in the Aisne-Marne Campaign, July 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 4. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The Use of Gas at Saint Mihiel: the 90th Division, September, 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 5. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 89th Division comes into the lines, August 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 6. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 5th Division captures Frapelle, August 1918.pt.1 | pt.2
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 7. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 33rd Division along the Meuse, October 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 8. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 1st Division at Ansauville, January - April 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 9. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The Use of gas in the Meuse-Argonne Campaign, September-November 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 10. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 1st Division at Cantigny, May 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 11. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 32nd Division Advances to Fismes, August 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 12. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The end of the Aisne-Marne campaign, August-September 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 13. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 3rd Division at Chateau Thierry, July 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 14. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 29th Division in the Cotes de Meuse, October 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 15. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 92nd Division in the Marbache sector, October 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 16. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 42nd Division before Landres-et-St. Georges.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 17. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 89th Division in the Bois de Bantheville, October 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 18. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 79th Division at Montfaucon, October 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 19. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.
The 26th Division East of the Meuse, October 1918.
Gas Warfare in World War I study number 20. Maryland: Army Chemical Center. 1959.


last updated: 7/10/2013