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Eixracaow. H. V, P. J. Kaiwu, H. L. Booawai.Tn, tad
C IIOWE, *Cnt«ne«»i. anthr.T- Report of Twenly-five Caaaa.'*
JmtmU of the dmetiam Medicai AeeodatUm, JSl: 1105, Aucint A
19M.
Hovnt C, and W. R Mn^ lÈMLÂllBáaai.»«P<»* «* «A
Caaes. Atmal* of latemal Medicbte, SS: 93. January, 19í7.
Ilowx, C, E. S. MiujDi, E. H. KaLLT, H. L. Boocwutaa, aad
11. V. EumcaoN,
among Laboralmy WaÁan,*
> Nea England Journal of Medicine, 238:741, May 15,1AI7.
Howa. C,, L. E. Conatx, H. L. BooKWAnm, and H. V. WM’
uwcaoN, ‘Straptomycin Trealment in TiJartmIa.* tommet tf *a
Aairricen Medicai A—odation, 133:195, Septeo*er lA IMA
Roaaararr, T, H. V. EtUHcaoN, C. M
F. M. Scnaaat« "A Laboratory Infecfloa «rltbj
Tmird latth Penietflin aad &il£adiazina. and Sa,
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Ban*n an *a Moda of Ittfaetbn,** Jftwraal ^ lb*aliMn OAmma
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Ci-dessus, diflérentes armes bactériologiques
citées dans la revue américaine “Life”. Ro$ebury reconnait qu’au cburs de la fabrication
de ces armes, de nombreux travailleurs de
laboratoiie du Camp Detrick ont été contamines par la brucellose aiguê, la tularémie,
la psittacose, le charbon cutané, etc.
—En haut: la revue “Life” du 8 Octobre
1951.
—A gaúche: une page de “La Paix ou la
Peste” de Rosebury, 1949.
Tltf »(‘iKift .ttalfil tluit iUthouífh Jupaii fo.-,tert;d dcA'Clüjnaeat«
m itu«-!. !!..!**«!«-!»! wíufar« írom lliaii uiitll iis laic a» 1915 and had
mado tirtluíU' proírresH, stie had not hy tho eml of the war reachttd
a poMtumwhoiv thoso oould liava boaii of operatioiial use, iuvestigaUoiut hy apeeial inteUiircneo otlloers iii jill theativs indkaitiiiR that
In Iheir work the Axi.s were behiud the r.S..\., liritaiii, aud Canada.
A dosely gtumied wjir seertd was diseloscd on the same
day (J«H. ^H»y the Ü.S. Ntivy liept., whieh aunounõed that
H Naval Medicai Ucseurdi Unit under Capt. t\Jbert P. Krueger,
En Avril 1943, le Vice-amiral Ross T. Mcintire, Médecin Général
de la Marine américaine donne 1’ordre d’entreprendre des travaux
de recherches sur les armes bactériologiques.
—Voir le rapport publié le 4 Janvier 1946 par le Ministère
américain de la Marine dans “Archives Contemporaines” de
Keesing, Londres, du 2 au 9 Février 1946.
THE JOURNAL
or
IMMUNOLOGY
vna mmum-u
and txfniMAKTAi.
CBKUfmicauiM
En Mai 1947, Theodor
Rosebury, ainsi que
d’autres bactériologistes
de 1’usine des armes
bactériologiques
du
Camp Detrick, ont
publié un long rapport
sur la guerre hâctériologique, démontrant que
la dissémination par
avions de germes infectieux provoquant la contamination par 1’intermédiaire de 1’air et des
insectes est de la plus
grande vtfleur militaire.
PiDÍbMor of Bacteriology ín the Unlversity of Ct^fomia
had, dt^g the war, woÃed on a method of roreading mists
ooniaining the oignnism of a disease (not specified) which was
“ centuries old and one of the greatest of kilters.” Work
began in April 19441 on the direction of Vice-Admiral Boss T.
Mcintire, Navy Stiigeon-General, when investigations were
undertaken into the twssible use by the enemy of the oiganism
of a highly deadly disease whose identity was not disclosed ;
as a “ blind ” for this secret wprk it was ^^iven out that the
researchers were studying iheans of preventmg and controlling
airbome infections, notably influenza. The Navy Dept.
stated that the result of these researches “ demonstrate that a
man-made epidemic as an instrument of war is a likely
possibility” and that “ conclusive * information has been
obtained. of great value not only for protection against
bacterial attack but for control of commuiiicaide airljonie
diseases among a peace»time population.” It wa.s addcd that
a protective suit with self-containing oxygen supply had been
devised for woricers in any prospective rescue or decontamina>
tlon operations, and that the rubberised siiits and other
protective measures during the researches had proved so
efflcient that not a sin^e case of infection occurred aining
the investigators.—(Times - New York Times - Daily Telegraph
- Manchester Guardian)
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now part of armj- rouli». ttdaaianberof tbapoup may prohrdily beciiimnatad.
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Utlaroma, bnndkni, giasden, meboidâaia, yaUow fever, aod Bift VaUey favar.
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waifaaa, and tbe agenta lâted afaovetwnitituta fta ahiet potential araeaal. Itia
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