A Glimpse Into War And The Environment

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Date: April 6, 1996
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Nagaskai landscape before and after Fig I. Hiroshima landscape after bombing During World War II we saw the most employment of chemical warfare and damage to the environment. The Japanese Army used many of these weapons against China, even though they were made illegal by the Geneva Pact...
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When the war was finally won and over, the Japanese were fearful of the Soviets discovering their use of chemical agents in China. This caused the Japanese to abandon large amounts of their chemical weapons in China, causing severe damage to the enivronment...
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