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Early instances of bacteriological warfare
Via The Straight Dope, I came across this page which claims that Lord Jeffrey Amherst, commander-in-chief of the Brits in America seriously considered distributing blankets infected with small-pox to ...
Nov 14 '12 at 20:07
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