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The Harrison Memorial

Nature volume 110, pages 717718 (25 November 1922) | Download Citation



UNVEILING AT THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY. WHEN, casting aside the shreds of national honour, the Germans initiated the use of chemical poisons on April 22, 1915, they added yet another phase to the invisible struggle which accompanies every modern war. In this phase of the late war, involving the chemical laboratories and industries of the combatant nations, the late Lieut. Col. E. F. Harrison was destined to play a notable part.

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