Books Related to Biological Warfare

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  • Alibek, Ken. Biohazard. Dell Publishing, 1999  

 

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  • Bryden, J. Deadly Allies: Canada’s Secret War, 1937-1947. McLelland & Stewart, Inc., 1990. UG 447.B78 1990 

     

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  • Chemical Corp Association. The Chemical Warfare Service in World War II. Reinhold Publishing Co., 1948 

  • Chemical Warfare Commission. Report of the Chemical warfare Commission, June 1985. U. S. Government Printing Office, 1985 

  • Chemical Weapons Convention Bulletin. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 

  • Cole, L. A. Clouds of secrecy. Rowan and Littlefield, 1988 

  • Committee on Biological Warfare. 1950 Program Guidance Report. Department of Defense, Research and Development Board, 1950 

  • Committee on Biological Warfare. 1950 Report of the Panel of the Programs. Department of Defense, Research and Development Board, 1950 

  • Comptroller General of the United States. Report to the Congress: Problems Associated with Converting Defense research Facilities to Meet Different Needs: The Case of Ft. Detrick. U. S. General Accounting Office, 1972 

  • Cookson, J., and J. Nottingham. A Survey of Chemical and Biological Warfare. Monthly Review Press, 1969

  • Covert, N. Cutting Edge: A History of Fort Detrick, Maryland, 1943-1993. Public Affairs Office, Ft. Detrick, 1993. UG 447.8.C68 1993  

  • Crichton, Michael. The Andromeda Strain. Alfred A. Knopf, 1972 

  • CW-BW Panel of the President’s Science Advisory Committee. Research Requirements for defense Against Biological Warfare. Draft, 1970

     

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  • Directorate of Industrial Health and Safety. Occupational Laboratory Infections at Fort Detrick, 1943-1970: Statistical Summaries and Analyses, Published Case Reports. n.d. 

  • Douglas, S. R., A. Fleming, and L. Colebrook. Studies in Wound Infection. His Majesty’s Staionery Office, 1920. 

     
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  • Ehrlich, A. H., and J. W. Birks, eds. Hidden Dangers: Environmental Consequences of Preparing for War. Sierra Book Club, 1990 

     

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  • F. A. S. Working Group on Biological and Toxin Weapons Verification. Proposals for the Third review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention. Federation of American Scientists, 1990 

  • F. A. S. Working Group on Biological and Toxin Weapons Verification. Implementation of the proposals for a Verification Protocol to the Biological Weapons Convention. Federation of American Scientists, 1991 

  • Federal Civil Defense Administration. Health Services and Special Weapons defense. U. S. Government Printing Office, 1950 

  • Federal Civil Defense Administration. What You Should Know About BiologicalWarfare. U. S. Government Printing Office, 1951 

     

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  • Geissler, E. Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention by Confidence-BuildingMeasures. Oxford University Press, 1990 

  • Geissler, Erhard, and J. P. Woodall, eds. Control of Dual-Threat Agents: The Vaccines for Peace Programme. Oxford University Press, 1994 

  • Gizewski, P. Biological Weapons Control. Canadian Centre for Arms Control and Disarmament, 1987 

  • Graber, C.D. Laboratory Procedures in Diagnostic Medical Mycology. Third Army Medical Laboratory, 1948 

     

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  • Hampton, F. O., et al., eds. The Allies and Arms Control. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992 

  • Hansen, Friedrich. Biologische Kriegsfuhrung in Dritten Reich. Campus Verlag, 1993 

  • Harp, Charles H., and A. G. Wedum. Comparison of Monkey and Man DuringAccidental Aerosol Challenge with N ©. Camp Detrick, 1955 

  • Harris, R., and J. Paxman. A Higher Form of Killing. Hill & Wang, 1982 

  • Hatch, T. F., and P. Gross. Pulmonary Deposition and Retention of Inhaled Aerosols. Academic Press, 1964 

  • Headquarters, Department of the Army. Tactics and Techniques of Chemical, Biological and radiological Warfare. Field Manual 3-5, 1958 

  • Headquarters, Department of the Army. Small Unit Procedures in Atomic, Biological and Chemical Warfare. Field Manual 21-40, 1958 

  • Headquarters, Department of the Army. Chemical and Biological Weapons Employment. Field Manual 3-10, 1962 

  • Headquarters, Department of the Army. Chemical Corps reference Handbook. Field Manual 3-8, 1963 

  • Headquarters, Department of the Army. NBC (Nuclear, Biological and Chemical) Defense. Field Manual 21-40, 1977 

  • Headquarters, Department of the Army. Soldier’s Handbook for Chemical and Biological operations and Nuclear Warfare. Field Manual 21-41, 1963 

  • Hersh, S. Chemical and Biological Warfare: America’s Hidden Arsenal. Anchor Books, 1969 

  • Hutchins, R. M., et al. Science, Scientists and Politics. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1963 

     

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  • Industrial Fabrics Association International. Fabrics for Chemical/ Biological Warfare. Conference Proceedings. The Association, 1982 

     

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  • Kerley, G. Military Research at the University of Wisconsin on the Topic of BiologicalToxins. Wisconsin Peace Conversion Project, 1982 

  • Kingsolver, C. H., C. E. Peet, and J. F. Underwood. Measurement of the Epidemiologic Potential of Wheat Stem Rust: St. Croix, U. S. Virgin Islands, 1954-57. Pennsylvania State University Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 854, August, 1984 

  • Kingsolver, C. H., T. H. Barksdale and M. A. Marchetti. Rice Blast Epidemiology. Pennsylvania State University Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 853, September, 1984 

  • Komarov, F. I., et al. USSR: Life Sciences Military Medical Training. 1990 

  • Krepon, M., and D. Caldwell, eds. The Politics of Arms Control Treaty Ratification. St. Martin’s Press, 1991 

     

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  • Langmuir, A. D. The Potentialities of Biological Warfare Against Man. U. S. Government Printing Office, 1951 

  • Leahy, W. D. I Was There. Whittlesey House, 1979 

  • Leise, J. M., et al. A Manual for the Identification of Pathogenic Microorganisms. Part I: Bacteria, Fungi, and Antibiotic Sensitivity Determinants. N. D. 

  • Liepmann, Heinz. Poison in the Air. Translated from the German by Eden and Cedar Paul. J. B. Lippincott, 1937. UG 447.L52  

  • Livingstone, N. C., and J. D. Douglas. CBW: The Poor Man’s Atomic Bomb. Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, 1984 

  • Lundin, S. J. Views on Possible Verification Measures for the Biological Weapons Conventon. Oxford University Press, 1991 

  • Lynn, R. J., and H. E. Morton. Infectivity of Bacillus anthracis. University of Pennsylvania, 1954 

     

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  • McCarthy, Richard D. The Ultimate Folly: War by Pestilence, Asphyxiation, and Defoliation. Alfred A. Knopf, 1970. UG 447.M233  

  • McDermott, J. The Killing Winds. Arbor House, 1987 

  • McDermott, W. Conference on Airborne Infection. Williams and Wilkins, 1961 

  • McIntosh, J. The Classification and Study of the Anaerobic Bacteria of War Wounds. His Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1917 

  • Meselson, M. S. Symposium on Chemical and Biological Warfare. National Academy of sciences, 1969 

  • Miller, J., S. Engelberg, and W. Broad. Germs: Biological Weapons and America’s Secret War. Simon and Schuster, 2001. UG 447.8.M54 2001  

  • Moon, John. In the Shadow of Ypres: The Chemical Warfare Dilemma. Harrod Lecture Series, Volume X, 1988-89 

  • Murphy, S., et al. No Fire, No Thunder: The Threat of Chemical and Biological Weapons. Monthly Review Press, 1984 

     

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  • N. R. C. Civil Defense Foods Advisory Committee. The Vulnerability of the Food Industries to Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Warfare

  • Agents. National Academy of Sciences—National Research Council, 1955 

  • Newman, B. M. Japan’s Secret Weapon. Current Publishing, 1944 

     

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  • OPCW: The First Five Years. Symposium on the Establishment of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) Under the Future Chemical Weapons Convention. Symposium Report, 1992 

     

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  • Pearson, Graham S., and Malcolm Dando, eds. Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention: Key Ponits for the Fourth Review Conference 

  • Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford, 1996 

  • Picardi, A., et al. Alternative Technologies for the Detoxification of Chemical Weapon: An Information Document. Greenpeace International, 1991 

  • Piller, C., and K. R. Yamamoto. Gene Wars: Military Control Over the New Genetic Technologies. Beach Tree Books, 1988 

  • Preschel, C. A., et al. “Phase report on production of microorganisms in vessels on solid media.” Report to U. S. Army Biological Warfare Laboratories, 1957 

     

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  • Regis, Ed. The Biology of Doom: The History of America’s Secret Germ Warfare Project. Henry Holt, 2000. UG 447.8.R44 2000  

  • Roberts, Brad, ed. Biological Weapons: Weapons of the Future?Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1993. UG 447.8.B57 1993  

  • Robinson, J. P. Chemical and Biological Warfare Developments: 1985. Oxford University Press, 1986 

  • Rosebury, T. Experimental Airborne Infection. Williams and Wilkins, 1947 

  • Rosebury, T. Peace or Pestilence: Biological Warfare and How to Avoid It. Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill, 1949. UG 447.R6  

  • Rothschild, J. H. Tomorrow’s Weapons. McGraw-Hill, 1964. UG 447.R7  

     

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  • Scientific and Technical Advisory Section. Report on Scientific Intelligence Survey in Japan. Volume V: Biological Warfare. General Headquarters, U. S. Armed Forces, Pacific, 1945 

  • Scott, A. The Anthrax Mutation. Pyramid Publications, 1976 

  • Seaman, V. An Account of the Introduction of Vaccination or Kine-Pock Inoculation in New York. MS, N. D. 

  • Sherman, J. L. “Biological Armor: Protection for the soldier against the stresses of war.” Typescript, N. D. 

  • Sims, N. A. Biological and Toxin Weapons: Issues in the 1986 Review. Council for Arms Control, 1986 

  • Sims, N. A. The Diplomacy of Biological Disarmament. St. Martin’s Press, 1988 

  • SIPRI. SIPRI Yearbook 1990: World Armaments and Disarmament. Oxford University Press, 1990 

  • SIPRI. SIPRI Yearbook 1991: World Armaments and Disarmament. Oxford University Press, 1991 

  • SIPRI. SIPRI Yearbook 1992: World Armaments and Disarmament. Oxford University Press, 1992 

  • Smith, P. F. Infectivity of Pasteurella tularensis. University of Pennsylvanis, 1954 

  • Steiner, P. E. Disease in the Civil War. Charles C. Thomas, 1968 

  • Storella, M. C. Poisoning Arms Control: The Soviet Union and Chemical/Biological Weapons. Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, 1984 

  • Swigart, R. Vector. Bluejay Books, 1986 

     

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  • Thomas, A. V. W., and A. Thomas. Legal Limits on the Use of Chemical and BiologicalWeapons. Southern Methodist University Press, 1970 

  • Thompson, A. Report on Japanese Biological Warfare (BW) Activities. Camp Detrick, 1946 

  • Triplett, W. Flowering of the Bamboo. Woodbine House, 1985 

  • Tsuneishi, K. The Germ Warfare Unit that Disappeared: The Kwangtung Army’s 731st Unit. Kai-Mei-Sha, 1982 

  • Tsuneishi, K., and T. Asano. The Bacteriological Warfare Unit and the Suicide of Two Physicians. Shinco-Sha Publishing, 1982 

     

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  • United Nations. Chemical and Bacteriological (Biological) Weapons and the Effects of their Possible Use. U. N. No. E. 69. I. 24, 1969. UG 447.U42  

  • United Nations. Chemical and Bacteriological (Biological) Weapons and the Effects of their Possible Use. U. N. No. E. 69. I. 24, 1970. UG 447.U44  

  • U. S. Congress. Hearing Before the senate Governmental Affairs Committee and its Permanent Subcommittee on Germ Wars, Biological Weapons

  • Proliferation and the New Genetics. 1989 

  • U. S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment. Technology Against Terrorism: Structuring Security. 1992 

  • U. S. Congress Office of Technology Assessment. Technology Against terrorism: The Federal Effort. 1991 

  • U. S. Department of the Army. The Biological Defense Safety Program. Army Regulation 385-BIO. Draft. 1991 

  • U. S. Department of the Army. U. S. Army Activity in the U. S. Biological Warfare Programs. 2 vols. 1977 

  • U. S. General Accounting Office. Biological Warfare: Role of the Salk Institute in Army’s Research Program. 1991 

  • U. S. General Accounting Office. Biological warfare: Better Controls in DOD’s Research Could Prevent Unneeded Expenditures. 1990 

     

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  • Van Courtland Moon, J. E. “In the shadow of Ypres: The chemical warfare dilemma: 1915-1988” Harrod Lecture Series 10, 1989 

     

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  • War Wounds Committee, Medical Research Council. Notes on Gas Gangrene: Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment. Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1943 

  • Williams, R. T., ed. The Biochemical Reactions of Chemical Warfare Agents. Cambridge Universlty Press, 1948 

  • World Health Organization Group of Consultants. Health Aspects of Chemical and Biological Weapons. WHO, 1970

     

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