This study discusses the 89th Division encounter with gas warfare in the Bois de Bantheville near Flirey and covers types of gases, military operations, lack of training, and analyzes the actual attack with the 353rd and 354th Infantry.
This study discusses the 42nd Division encounter with gas warfare in the Argonne offensive and battle at the Ourcq and covers types of gases, military operations, use of machine guns, and analyzes the actual attack.
This study discusses the 26th Division encounter with gas warfare in the Second Battle of the Marne and covers types of gases, instruction in warfare, the German version and analyzes the actual attack.
This study discusses the 26th Division encounter with gas warfare on the front from Aprement to Flirey and covers types of gases, military operations, lack of training, and analyzes the actual attack and the many mistakes made in using gas.
Cochrane, Rexmond C.; U.S. Army Chemical Corps Historical Office.
This is a tentative study of the gas experience of the 5th Division during World War I. The study begins with an account of a gas projector attack against elements of the division before the gas attack of the Frapelle operation; both enemy attacks...
Published for use as a text book in the Coast Artillery School and in schools providing military training, it includes classifications of ammunition, primers, propellants, projectiles, charges, fuses, and fire effects.
"The extraordinary importance which the Gruson-Schumann Shielded Mountings have obtained in military science during the last five years has naturally somewhat diverted the public interest from the armoured turrets and batteries of the Gruson...
Chapters include information on tactics (mortars, grenade-discharger tactics, and mortars in chemical warfare), organization of Japanese mortar units, and equipment (grenade dischargers, light mortars, and medium and heavy mortars).
Armour is acknowledged by all the leading authorities to be a necessity for the defense of positions of such importance, that the safety of the State would be compromised by their loss or destruction, and a perusal of the following pages will show...