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Chemical and Ecological Aspects of the War against Croatia


Plavšić, Franjo; Petrovečki, Mladen; Fuchs, Radovan; Šoštarić, Branko; Wolf-Čoporda, Alka; Bairuši, Daut; Ivičić, Nikola; Romić, Željko; Prlić, Ivica
Chemical and Ecological Aspects of the War against Croatia // Croatian Medical Journal, 2 (1992), 33; 220-224 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Chemical and Ecological Aspects of the War against Croatia

Autori
Plavšić, Franjo ; Petrovečki, Mladen ; Fuchs, Radovan ; Šoštarić, Branko ; Wolf-Čoporda, Alka ; Bairuši, Daut ; Ivičić, Nikola ; Romić, Željko ; Prlić, Ivica

Izvornik
Croatian Medical Journal (0353-9504) 2 (1992), 33; 220-224

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Chemical warfare agents; Croatia; environmental pollution; chemical; war

Sažetak
Chemical and ecological aspect of the 1991 aggression on Croatia are partially described. Information released by the Yogoslav Federal Army (YFA) affirmed that the YFA possessed various kinds of chemical warfare (CW) agents: nerve gases , mustard-gas and irritants. There are indications that the YFA used tear gases against civilians and Croatian National Guard (CNG) forces. White phosphorus from grenades caused poisonings and burns among people. Deliberate destruction of the Croatian oil-manufacturing and other industrial facilities by the YFA artillery and combat aircraft caused serious contamination of the environment. Some psychological effect of the threat by chemical weapons are shortly described and discussed in this paper.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kemija

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