The Confederate Yellow Fever Conspiracy: The Germ Warfare
Plot of Luke Pryor Blackburn, 1864-1865
This month's cover story, Germ Warfare
on page 24, really made me think about that experience, and it may give you a reason to pause and reconsider the importance of keeping your chair clean.
IN medieval times those besieging cities catapulted plague-death bodies into the enemy camp as a form of germ warfare
IT'S GERM WARFARE
Ibrahimovic has been urged to stay at Paris Saint-Germain by team-mate Thiago Silva
The building was sealed after anthrax spores were found, amid fears of germ warfare
They discuss inoculation; germ warfare
; smallpox among Native Americans and colonists; the role of Cotton Mather in inoculation in America; Edward Jenner's vaccine; religious and other opposition to vaccination; compulsory vaccination; quarantines; home remedies; the disease and mortality in Europe, Canada, and other countries; misdiagnoses; transmission; and eradication.
There is so much going on and it's a bit of a challenge keeping on top of all the various strands, including the Soviets' germ warfare
programme and the activities of Mr Rabbit and The Tramp (well, he was a tramp - he's dead now).
Likewise, secret Soviet research into germ warfare
continued unabated after Moscow's signature of the Biological and Toxic Weapons Convention in 1972, producing massive stockpiles of anthrax and nerve agents ready for loading into warheads.
From its wartime base in Japanese-controlled Harbin in northern China, Unit 731 and related units injected prisoners with typhus, cholera and other diseases to research germ warfare
, according to historians and former unit members.
It can also withstand a chemical or germ warfare
or even a bomb attack.
had launched germ warfare
against North Korea and China.