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Resource ID: #13731
Subject: Military
Source: Canadian Broadcasting Corp. - CBC Radio News
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During W.W.II Canadian servicemen were used as human guinea pigs for mustard gas experiments at Camp Suffield in Alberta, Canada. They were exposed to poisonous gases in gas chambers and field tests. Many suffered severe blisters, asthma, skin conditions and cancers. This series reports on veterans memories of the experiments and their subsequent suffering.

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