Calendar of Iraq''s chemical assaults during Sacred Defense



The calendar of Iraq''s chemical assaults during the Sacred Defense by Mohammad Bagher Bikkhah Bahrami has recently been published by the Sacred Defense Sciences Research Center and Shakib Publications.

IBNA: Getting To Know about Chemical Warfare, The History of Chemical Warfare Use, Application of Chemical Warfare during the World War I and II, Baath Party''s Use of Chemical Warfare, General Statistics and Findings, Tables and Information about Chemical Warfare Applications are the titles of the calendar''s chapters.

The damage caused by chemical warfare in the war against Iran makes up a good part of the book''s chapter two.

The author is a distinguished Sacred Defense figure. He has so far held various positions in the military regarding chemical warfare and the calendar''s contents are based on his own observations.

The softcopy and electronic versions of the book have been published.



 
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