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I believe they didn't use it for fear of retaliation in kind by the Allies. Another reason has been speculated that Hitler experienced mustard gas first hand in WWI, and he didn't even wish that upon his worst enemy.
Welcome to The Zone, from the Republic of Texas! Welcome neighbor! I'm also in the Dallas area, just east in Rowlett. Enjoy the site.
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I think I might be able to post the video, let us see......https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCve3gtx5KM
Welcome from the Netherlands,Piet.
Greetings from Arizona, welcome aboard.
I currently live in the Dallas area but am originally from western PA (New Castle, about an hour NW of Pittsburgh). My father was a WWII vet and served in the 326th Airdrome Squadron in the CBI theatre. We was on Okinawa immediately af...
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I currently live in the Dallas area but am originally from western PA (New Castle, about an hour NW of Pittsburgh). My father was a WWII vet and served in the 326th Airdrome Squadron in the CBI theatre. We was on Okinawa immediately after the battle (thankfully). He didn't see a lot of action but has some interesting stories. Ironically, he passed away on the 50th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1991. I love history and have followed WWII for many years but am by no means an expert and hope to learn from a lot from the folks on this forum. Looking forward to meeting a lot of you in cyberspace.
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Germany had a very good nerve gas during WWII why didn't they use it?
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Simply, I'm researching a story I want to write set during the Korean war. It's a war I know very little about beyond the broad outlines.
Can anyone recommend a good short history of the conflict? I'm particularly interested in the roles played by MacArthur and Mountbatten.