World War I Mustard Gas

Who? Mustard Gas was first used by the Germans against the British and Canadians in 1917. Eventually, both sides of the war did use mustard gas.

What? Mustard Gas caused large blisters on exposed skin, burning of the skin, and could be absorbed through inhalation, ingestion, or by becoming in contact with skin or eyes.

When? It was used during World War I.

Where? It was primarily used in trenches during World War I, in Europe.

Effects? It caused arge blisters on exposed skin, burning of the skin, and could be absorbed through inhalation, ingestion, or by becoming in contact with skin or eyes. Also caused a lot of damage, and changed the way trench warfare worked.

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