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Mustard Gas

A blistering agent composed of carbon, chlorine, sulfur, and hydrogen, mustard gas was named as such due to its distinctive odor and yellow color. It was used on the Western Front first by the Germans near Ypres in 1917 and later by the Allies. Subsequent international agreements have condemned the use of such chemical weapons.



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