Records for Topic: Gases, Asphyxiating and poisonous, War use
GAS ALARM RATCHET WOODEN RATCHET USED FOR SOUNDING ALARM IN GAS WARFARE; WORLD WAR I; PICKED UP NEAR THE SOUTH ENTRANCE OF THE CANAL TUNNEL NEAR BELLICOURT.
"Gas Attack of August 26, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.
GAS MASK MODEL 1917; FACE PIECE, YELLOW PLASTIC LENSES, WEB HEAD HARNESS; GRAY-GREEN METAL FILTER SCREWS ONTO FRONT OF FACE PIECE; ON UNDERSIDE; "AGFA / 17 JUL 18 / A4 / 11 / 9 / 11" & "GJB 1918"; STORED IN GRAY-GREEN CANNISTER W/ LID;
GAS MASK SQUARE TAN CANVAS BAG W/ CARRYING STRAP & SNAP CLOSURE (B); DIVIDED INTO 2 INNER COMPARTMENTS; PROPER LEFT SIDE CONTAINS METAL CANNISTER W/ TUBE LEADING TO GAS MASK (A); 2 SMALL CANNISTERS OF ANTI-DIMMING STICK (C-D) ALSO IN.
GAS MASK WORLD WAR I U.S. ARMY GAS MASK.
List of men sick or gassed in action, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, by Major C.L. Pridgen, Medical Corps, November 7, 1918.
Memorandum Warning of Poison Gas In Abandoned Enemy Dugouts, August 16, 1918.
"Report on Gas Attack," Company F, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, Ypres Front Belgium, August 30, 1918.
"Report on Investigation of Gas Casualties," Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment 30th Division, Ypres Front, Belgium.
"II Corps Instructions for Defense Against Cloud Gas Attack, August 22, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.
"Standing Orders on the Defense Against Gas," 5th Army Corps, A.E.F., France, September 22, 1918.
"30th American Division Orders No. 1, August 21, 1918," Instruction on Implementing a Poison Gas Attack, Ypres Front Belgium.
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