Gázhalál. Tolnai Világlapja, 1931. november 4.
Death by gas attack. 

Gázhalál. Tolnai Világlapja, 1931. november 4.

Death by gas attack. 

Gáztámadásra felkészült cserkész. Tolnai Világlapja, 1934. június 20.
Boy Scout prepared for gas attack. 

Gáztámadásra felkészült cserkész. Tolnai Világlapja, 1934. június 20.

Boy Scout prepared for gas attack. 

Hungarian Air Raid League posters, 1936-1939.

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Rescue Co. 1 tries on gas masks. Photo: Leslie Jones. date: 1922-02-28.
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Rescue Co. 1 tries on gas masks. Photo: Leslie Jones. date: 1922-02-28.

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Woman in gas mask with officer, WWII. Photo: Leslie Jones. Date created: 1934 - 1956 (approximate).
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Woman in gas mask with officer, WWII. Photo: Leslie Jones. Date created: 1934 - 1956 (approximate).

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Defend! Hungarian civil defense poster, c1960.

Defend! Hungarian civil defense poster, c1960.

Prepare to protect! Hungarian civil defense poster, c1960.

Prepare to protect! Hungarian civil defense poster, c1960.

Gas attack. In: Az Est 25 éves jubileumi albuma. Összeállította: Dr. Mihályfi Ernő. Bp., 1935. (Az Est. -Ny.: Athenaeum.)

Gas attack. In: Az Est 25 éves jubileumi albuma. Összeállította: Dr. Mihályfi Ernő. Bp., 1935. (Az Est. -Ny.: Athenaeum.)

Sergeant George Camblair learning how to use a gas mask in a practice smokescreen. Fort Belvoir, Virginia, 1942 Sept. Photo: Jack Delano.
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Sergeant George Camblair learning how to use a gas mask in a practice smokescreen. Fort Belvoir, Virginia1942 Sept. Photo: Jack Delano.

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Texas Military Forces Museum chlorpicrin gas poster, 1941-1945.
Posters produced by the Texas Military Forces Museum’s Art Department at Camp Barkeley, Texas. Gives means of identification and remedies for chlorpicrin gas. 
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Texas Military Forces Museum chlorpicrin gas poster, 1941-1945.

Posters produced by the Texas Military Forces Museum’s Art Department at Camp Barkeley, Texas. Gives means of identification and remedies for chlorpicrin gas. 

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