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    Default Rhydymwyn Chemical weapons World War Two tunnels open to public

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-n...wales-39660296

    May be of interest to some members, although I realise it is on the "fringe" of the board.

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    Default Chemical Weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-n...wales-39660296

    May be of interest to some members, although I realise it is on the "fringe" of the board.
    Thanks for posting this interesting news. I don't think CW are on the fringe of the board since I feel the RAF's involvement in chemical and biological weapons remains seriously under-researched. Thankfully, the RAF's capabilities were never used but there were certainly extensive provisions made for spraying mustard gas at least. There was also a plan for sowing anthrax-infected cattle feed over Germany. As far as I know, a definitive work on the RAF and CBW has yet to be written.

    Keith

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