Search results for Mustard Gas.

The Rationale for and the Deployment of Poisonous Gas on The Western Front in the Great War

/world-war-i-articles/the-rationale-for-and-the-deployment-of-poisonous-gas-on-the-western-front-in-the-great-war/

The rationale for and the deployment of poisonous gas on The Western Front in the Great War Introduction In early 1915, accounts were freely circulated in turn by the French, British and Germans that poisonous gas was being used as a weapon of war by their opponents on the Western Front. This was in clear contravention of the 1899 Hague Convent…


Dear David ... Pension Record Cards Feedback

/world-war-i-articles/dear-david-pension-record-cards-feedback/

Here's some feedback about the Pension Records lookups we have conducted for a wide range of individuals:   Andrew Gilpin I had sent a quick 'thank you' earlier, but I feel I must write again.  When I learnt that the Records had become available I went straight to the WFA website and did what I too often do, which is 'click' on everything in sig…


Zoom Talk – ONLINE ONLY - 'Mustard Gas' by Simon Jones

/branches/united-kingdom/surrey/events/zoom-talk-online-only-mustard-gas-by-simon-jones/

Zoom Talk – ONLINE ONLY - 'Mustard Gas' by Simon Jones Simon will outline the origins, use and impact of the chemical weapon first used by Germany at Ypres in July 1917. This online talk is open to all.  You do not have to be a member of the Western Front Association to join this online meeting.  Details of how to join the meeting using Zoom are …