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The Edgewood Arsenal

  • The Chemical Warfare

  • 1919-Mar
Aero View of a Portion of the Grounds of the Arsenal, Showing the Filling Plants and the Phosgene, the Chloropicrin, and the Mustard Gas Plants
General View of Shell Filling Plants
Production of Toxic Materials—Pounds per Month; Shell, Grenades, Liven Drums and Drop Bombs Filled
Commissioned Personnel—Chemical Warfare Service, U.S.A.—Washington, D.C., December 13, 1918; General View of Typical Barracks
Interior View of Typical Shell Filling Plant
General View of Chlorine Plant—The Largest Ever Built
Interior View of Chloropicrin Plant
A Typical Room in the Chemical Laboratory
A Group of Officers at Headquarters, Baltimore
Forward, March; Company A, First Battalion; Company B, First Battalion
Medical Detachment, Base Hospital, Edgewood Arsenal; A Group of Buildings Comprising a Portion of the Base Hospital
Filling 75mm Shell with Mustard Gas
Painting and Striping Shell and Livens Drums
One of the Eight Cell Rooms of the Chlorine Plant
Interior View of Phosgene Plant
Side and Top View of the Latest Mustard Gas Unit
Ethylene Unit of Mustard Gas Plant
Group of Officers Third Battalion; Group of Officers Second Battalion; Company M, Third Battalion; Company L, Third Battalion
Pills for the Huns
Civilian Personnel at Headquarters, Baltimore—Group I
Civilian Personnel at Headquarters, Baltimore—Group II
Company D, First Battalion; Company E, First Battalion; Company F, First Battalion
Company A, Second Battalion; Company B, Second Battalion; Company C, Second Battalion
Company E, Second Battalion; Company F, Second Battalion; Company H, Second Battalion
Company K, Second Battalion; Company L, Second Battalion; Company N, Second Battalion
Company I, Third Battalion; Casual Company, Second Battalion; Fourth Battalion