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Explain the effects of chemical weapons

Explain the effects of chemical weapons

Explain the effects of chemical weaponshe First World War was beginning of invention strategies of causing unlimited number of casualties in the side of the enemy’s military force and reduce the chances of losing the military personnel (Sagan, 2000) .The powerful countries achieved this through extensive innovation and research in chemical weapons. At the same period of time, the new approach motivated the military force and as well as wining the minds and hearts of their country men and women since they had discovered an efficient and effective strategy of ending the war easily and quickly. The use of biological and chemical weapons influenced the strategies, techniques and tactics of warfare and even changed the results of the First World War (Gupta, 2015). Chemical weapons make use of organic compounds such as leather chemical elements as nerve, stifling rankles and blood agents. In this essay I will examine and outline effects of Brister agent as a very powerful chemical weapon.

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