Gas and flame in World War I

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1965. xxvii, 121p., openweave cloth boards titled and ruled in red and gilt, untrimmed edges, top edge tinted, jacket is neatly price-clipped and shows faint soiling and two quarter-inch closed tears on back panel, thus a near fine copy.

A celebration of comradely esprit whilst dealing out lethal gas. Langer became a best-selling historian. In a parallel success story James B. Conant (big-time postwar CBW researcher) became president of Harvard.

Cat.No: 126854

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