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use of poison and biological weapons in the Rhodesian war

Martin, David

use of poison and biological weapons in the Rhodesian war

lecture for University of Zimbabwe war and strategic studies seminar series, University of Zimbabwe on July 1993

by Martin, David

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Published by Southern Africa Research and Documentation Centre in Harare, Zimbabwe .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Zimbabwe,
  • Zimbabwe.
    • Subjects:
    • Chemical warfare -- Zimbabwe.,
    • Biological warfare -- Zimbabwe.,
    • Zimbabwe -- History -- Chimurenga War, 1966-1980 -- Chemical warfare.,
    • Zimbabwe -- History -- Chimurenga War, 1966-1980 -- Biological warfare.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 12).

      Statementby David Martin.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT2988 .M37 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination12 p. ;
      Number of Pages12
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL144043M
      LC Control Number99888507


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Source: ‘Dirty War’: Inside Rhodesia’s chemical warfare | The Herald Ap Simon Massey Special Correspondent I have been looking into the Rhodesian “Bush War” for many years after growing up in the country through this period.

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Dirty War is the first comprehensive look at the Rhodesia's top secret use of chemical and biological weapons (CBW) during their long counterinsurgency against native African nationalists.

Having declared its independence from Great Britain inthe government--made up of European settlers and their descendants--almost immediately faced a   One book titled: “Dirty war: Rhodesia and Chemical-Biological Warfare ,” by Glenn Cross, published in sheds some useful insights into the cruel and barbaric methods employed by Dirty War is the first comprehensive look at the Rhodesia's top secret use of chemical and biological weapons (CBW) during their long counterinsurgency against native African nationalists.

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Reviewed by Ryan Shaffer. Cross details the history of Rhodesia’s chemical and biological warfare against insurgents from to Fort McNair, — Glenn Cross’s Dirty War: Rhodesia and Chemical Biological Warfare – is a welcome addition to the small, but growing scholarly literature on the history of chemical and biological warfare.

Inthe minority white community in the British territory of Rhodesia (officially Southern Rhodesia) rejected demands that it transfer political power to the   Dirty War is the first comprehensive look at the Rhodesia’s top secret use of chemical and biological weapons (CBW) during their long counterinsurgency against native African nationalists.

Having declared its independence from Great Britain inthe government—made up of European settlers and their descendants—almost immediately faced   Dirty War is the first comprehensive look at the Rhodesia's top secret use of chemical and biological weapons (CBW) during their long counterinsurgency against native African nationalists.

Having declared its independence from Great Britain inthe government-made up of European settlers and their descendants-almost immediately faced a growing threat from native African nationalists.

In The history of the use of bacteriological and chemical agents during Zimbabwe's liberation war of by Rhodesian forces Article in Third World Quarterly 23(6) December with This is an excerpt from Rhodesia: Last Outpost of the British Empire.

Article by Jeremy Brickhill highlighting the matter in more detail. On the battlefield, meanwhile, the intensity of reprisal and counter-reprisal grew, and as manpower shortages in the armed services became critical, any and every type of force multiplier was considered.

The Selous Scouts [ ]   One book titled: "Dirty war: Rhodesia and Chemical-Biological Warfare ," by Glenn Cross, published in sheds some useful insights into the cruel and barbaric methods employed by the During the Rhodesian war, experiments began, due to the suggestions of a Professor at the University of Rhodesia, about poisoning the communist terrorists who were invading Rhodesia.

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The Rhodesian Bush War—also called the Second Chimurenga and the Zimbabwe War of Liberation—was a civil conflict from July to December in the unrecognised country of Rhodesia (later Zimbabwe-Rhodesia).

The conflict pitted three forces against one another: the Rhodesian white minority-led government of Ian Smith (later the Zimbabwe-Rhodesian government of Bishop   biological warfare program reflect doubt that the government deliberately created Rhodesia’s –79 anthrax outbreak, the largest in modern Dr.

Seth Carus recently completed a Distinguished Research Fellowship with the Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction at National Defense University. Dirty War: Rhodesia and Chemical?ver.

Various types of biological warfare (BW) have been practiced repeatedly throughout has included the use of biological agents (microbes and plants) as well as the biotoxins, including venoms, derived from them. Before the 20th century, the use of biological agents took three major forms.

Deliberate contamination of food and water with poisonous or contagious material   In the final stages of the Rhodesian Bush War (), the white minority government and its Security Forces found themselves on the losing side. In an attempt to combat the flood of guerrillas entering the country, the Rhodesians turned to chemical and biological weapons (CBWs).

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Having declared its independence from Great Britain inthe government-made up of European settlers and their descendants-almost immediately faced a The Rhodesian Bush War—also called the Second Chimurenga and the Zimbabwe War of Liberation—was a civil conflict from July to December in the unrecognised country of Rhodesia (later Zimbabwe-Rhodesia).

The conflict pitted three forces against one another: the Rhodesian white minority-led government of Ian Smith (later the Zimbabwe-Rhodesian government of Bishop.