Origin of chemical warfare
Examples from the Web for chemical warfare
It was originally estimated that $250,000 would provide a plant at Edgewood sufficient for our chemical-warfare needs.America's Munitions 1917-1918|Benedict Crowell
British Dictionary definitions for chemical warfare
Culture definitions for chemical warfare
The use of chemical agents as a weapon of war or terror. From the mustard gas used in World War I to the highly lethal neurotoxin Sarin that is potentially available for use today, chemicals are considered a weapon of mass destruction, and their use is condemned by most civilized nations.