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VII. CHEMICAL WARFARE USE AFTER WORLD WAR II As the Allies overran Germany in 1945, they discovered the German nerve agent program for the ﬁrst time. Both the United States and the Soviet Union took the German technology and made it their primary focus for chemical warfare agents. 8). The agent was ﬁlled in bombs, shells, and rockets. S. S. Army. 2007 12:15pm Compositor Name: VAmoudavally Chemical Warfare Agents: Chemistry, Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Therapeutics Within less than a decade, however, a new nerve agent was discovered by the British.
A History Of Industrial Chemistry by F. Sherwood Taylor