The dead of Libya mustard gas: The Genocide of the Tribes of Mchachiya (another Achievement of the United Nations)
June 2012, the Zenten militias gassed the Mchachiya tribes:
Mustard gas in Libya: From Ypres to Machiya
On the European front and the African WWII was not used on a large-scale the poisonous gases it was used on the First. Officers who had been in combat, 21 years before, had seen the horror in both sides. Everybody with masks, men, horses, mules and dogs.
The mustard gas was developed by scientists who passed from various places of the world. As they advanced, the burns of their assistants and for themselves were becoming increasingly serious.
Somebody saw it as a weapon. The Germans Wilhelm and Wilhelm Steinkopf Lommell managed to give it to the Kaiser the method for the industrial scale development of mustard gas. It was used in 1917 in what was left of the town of Ypres against the French, hence its other name was adopted Yperita.
The French used against the Germans at Cambrai, after catching them their missiles.
The arsenals were in 1939. Fighters throughout the war brought gas masks on their equipment. The use of gas was thought possible, but it did not happen except in isolated cases. For the Germans, the mask was worn on a cylinder rather than annoyed when to be quiet or endless marches where everything is too heavy.
The mustard gas and Hitler used it. Nothing to give hope, actually was not entirely manageable when worn, General commanding wind. Hitler was a victim of blindness by gas. Many senior officers had been on the front. The landscape witnesses from both sides met in trenches attacked with mustard gas was horrific death.
The agony lasted as described above. That is a weapon of absolute evil. The cruelty that unless the agony exposure was longer. Have drawn the line between too little to save or enough for the longest agony was thin. The mustard gas attacks the skin and mucous membranes:
However since 1918 the mustard gas was not completely saved. England used it against the Russian Revolution in 1919. Spain and France used in the Rif War between 1921 and 1927, colonial use, such as Italy in Libya in 1930. The USSR used it against the Chinese between 1934 and 1937. Italy again in 1935 against the Ethiopians in Abyssinia. Japanese against China from 1937 to 1945.
Rare was the case in Poland in 1939. Germany used it, what is considered isolated events, but also Poland against the Germans, in fact only using English mustard gas. In 1943, an air strike came at a U.S. ship loaded with mustard gas at the port of Bari, Italy. There were more than 60 dead and 800 wounded.
Having passed the censorship of those years, the fact would have given meaning to the gas masks who carried infants. The mustard gas was within the supply near the front. The German mustard gas immersed in the Baltic is confirmed for the other side too.
After 1945 Egypt used it against Yemen between 1963 and 1967. Iran and Iraq against the Kurds between 1983 and 1988.
Western Front, 1917
Mchachiya, Libya, 2012
In June 2012, the Libyan tribe of Mchachiya knew the hell they are going to receive from the Zenten militia, a militia that was with 17 February 2011, before the arrival of NATO, it belonged to Italy, which bombed Libyans with mustard gas 82 years ago. The brown in the picture is what is left of an affected Mchachiya Libyan mustard gas full: