How Stuff Works. "How Biological and Chemical Warfare Works." 2002. <http://www.howstuffworks.com/Biochem-war.htm>(10 January 2003). Roman Legions regularly used burning sulphur (SO2, SO3, H2S, H2SO4(in rain/fog) to at least irritate, incapacitate, or at best, kill enemies in immobile situations; fortified towns, settlements against geographic barriers; islands, cliffs, bodies of water, etc. Opinions differ as to whether the Legions developed poison gas themselves, or if their own survivors/allies reported how to use it after hard experience. Similarly, opinions differ about the logistics and practicality of raw sulphur transport, and the (un)liklihood of a somewhat bulky(and nasty)materiel being cheerfully carried by a notoriously lightly-packed Legionnaire. It is possible that free, native, naturally-occurring sulphur deposits were scouted, as would have been other staples, like water, wood, game, etc., and if present, utilized, from a point upwind any immovable objective.
Germany made poison gas and was the first to use it.
Steinkopf and Lommel made poison gas
Indeed it was the first military use of poison gas.
It was the Germans and it was Chlorine Gas
1. Irritant poison gas (tear gas) was first used by the French in August 1914. 2. Lethal poison gas (chlorine) was first used by Germany in April 1915 at Ypres.
the bombs were made of poison gas which killed peaople in minuites The bomb was made from poison gas which killed people in seconds
Germany was the first to use poison gas - chlorine gas was the specific gas used. Britain was the first to employ the tank in combat.
Germany was the first country to use poison gas
Poison gas is brought into WWI by the Germans. Both sides used gas, although the Germans were the first to use poison gas
In the beginning of the war, only the Axis used poison gas (mustard gas was the first kind to be used), but by the end of the war, both sides used poison gas as a weapon.
Poison gas was first used during this battle
the gas would enter your lungs and liquidise in there which effectivley made you drown.
Both sides, but the Germans started it.
Poison gas was first used by the Germans at Second Battle of Ypres during the First World War.
No. Poison gas was first used in World War 1.
Chlorine gas was first used as a war weapon in 1915- by the German Army.
the poison gas was used because it makes people suffer first then die. it also doesn't leave a fingerprint
Poison gas and blistered your skin and burned your eyes and that is the reason they wore gas masks
to poison stuff
April 22. 1915 at Ypres, Belgium
Battle of Somme
I said so
poison gas is no longer allowed in warfare.